Maja Daniels on documenting individuals with Altzheimer’s in a French medical center

Reading Time: 5 minutes This World Alzheimer’s Day, Maja Daniels reflects on her behalf desire to capture a realistic and tender depiction of aging and memory loss A good elderly man stands straight in front of a blue door, clad in a…

Melanie Issaka investigates the actual physical and conceptual nature of Blackness

Reading Time: 3 minutes In the girl three-part graduate series, Issaka navigates multiple notions associated with Blackness, while seeking out a space for self identification  Is race a physical phenomenon, or even something ultimately indefinable? It can be easy to define race…

Conspiracy and uneasiness collide within Elena Helfrecht’s visceral study of postmemory

Reading Time: 2 minutes Photo: © Elena Helfrecht. “People don’t issue things that are just plainly lovely, ” says Elena Helfrecht. Rather, the appeal of the particular German artist’s work much more perverse: influenced by the rich folklore and natural scenery of…

A photographer makes space for new fathers to share their experiences

Reading Time: four minutes Love, joy, and isolation are among the varied emotions experienced by the dads featured in Sophie Harris-Taylor’s latest series Sophie Harris-Taylor’s most recent series Present Fathers embodies her recognisable style: soft, naturally-lit photos, full of baby skin plus…

The therapeutic potential of photography

Reading Time: 8 minutes Becky Warnock, Marie Smith, and Daniel Regan discuss the importance of process and collaboration, and what makes the camera an effective medium in visualising the invisible Creativity can have a positive impact on one’s mental health. Never has…

Odette England draws an uncanny parallel between the objectification associated with dairy cows and women

Reading Time: 4 minutes After discovering an old manual in her parents’ house, the Australian-British photographer began to consider the visual and literal language used in the particular farming industry “So a lot of my art-making practice, and myself as a person,…