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Evgenia Ostroumova | To Remember All

For Evgenia, photography is a living organism. The higher our cultural code is, the higher the quality of fine art becomes. Her job is to look at the world, or the problem, or the subject from the side that no one noticed. Constantly searching for different photographic techniques, angles and stories, she combines the story from the photos like a LEGO castle from little pieces. Everything adds up brick by brick.

This series is about how everything changes overnight and you can’t control your fear.

Evgenia Ostroumova | To Remember All

For Evgenia, photography is a living organism. The higher our cultural code is, the higher the quality of fine art becomes. Her job is to look at the world, or the problem, or the subject from the side that no one noticed. Constantly searching for different photographic techniques, angles and stories, she combines the story from the photos like a LEGO castle from little pieces. Everything adds up brick by brick.

This series is about how everything changes overnight and you can’t control your fear.

Emily Léon |  Ouroboros

Emily Leon is a mixed-media artist based in Aarhus, Denmark. Her art focuses on the fleeting but arresting power of faces as they manifest themselves in dreams and our daily lives. In a strange way, we attempt to posit some form of ourselves onto the world around us, and nature in this sense takes on a spirit, an almost human quality bereft of suffering or ecstatic joy.

Thodoris Pistiolas | Les Eaux Troubles

Thodoris is a Greek visual artist and musician. His main medium is an exploration on how memory can transcend from the inner world outside. The project is built upon a poem by Amélie Guyot, written during the confinement period. It is a letter to be delivered “home.”

 

Subtitles in English are available by clicking on the CC sign at the bottom right of the video.

René Siepmann

René Siepmann is a young painter who is using acrylic paint on canvas and other digital mediums to explore aspects of humanity , such as fears, and cravings of the individual and society on a visual level.

While working, he is focussing on the current, past and future state of our world and its effect on humanity.

 

His featured work shows the effect of a crisis on us and the effect on our future parties, such as the contact with new individuals.

Ganlluca Carneiro

Gianlluca Carneiro (25) Brazilian visual artist. He holds a law degree from the Federal University of Viçosa and uses his contact with philosophy and sociology in his art. It explores both existentialist and sentimental issues as well as structural and political issues in his art. His work alternates between painting, manual collages and sculptures. However, it always seeks to explore new materials and mediums. 

The works are the result of production during the pandemic. During that moment, all feelings were exacerbated and amplified. Be it loneliness or lust, anger or love, sadness or passion.

Rory O’Sullivan | The Last Evening

Rory O’Sullivan is 24, from Cork, and living in Dublin where he writes and researches at Trinity College. His poetry has appeared in numerous Irish magazines. 

 

‘The Last Evening’ is a poem wiser than its author, who wrote it while labouring under the question of how much love there can be in life. Anyone who knows the answer should contact him by email: osullr13@tcd.ie.