Issue 9 is now open for submissions and this quarter we’re asking artists to explore history through their art, blending knowledge with imagination to create something new.
For issue 8, we asked artists to look for meaning: underlying, hidden, obvious, secret and everything in between. And, as always, they wowed us. The search for meaning is central to the work of so many artists and we think you’ll love the varied approaches to and interpretations of this quarter’s theme. From the vibrant…
For our latest submissions window we talk to visual artist Liam Herne about the search for meaning in our digital age.
For Issue 7, we called artists to send us their best little morsels. Moments in time, breaking points, shifts in perspective, tiny art that carries big weight. We think we’ve curated a line up of small but powerful artworks sent in by artists from around the world in a range of mediums. After speaking to…
We’re back again with a look inside the editorial process of all the sins. Our submitting artists, once again, made it really difficult to choose a final line-up for the issue and, once again, we found ourselves having to let go of some really excellent work simply because we couldn’t find a home for it…
To introduce our latest theme we talk to filmmaker Neville Pierce and publishing analyst Danuta Kean about the joy of short form art.
We dig deep this issue and explore the myriad ways in which all things buried have a way of rising to the surface.
For our new call we explore the world of buried objects and talk to gothic novelist Laura Purcell about why this classic trope continues to fascinate.
A detailed look at the numbers that describe the publishing of Issue 5.
From contemporary to future to mindscapes, Issue 5 reimagines and challenges how we think of landscapes.
Curator Lauren P Della Monica talks challenges to conceptions of ‘landscape’ in an exhibition at The Heritage Museum and Gardens
A look inside the editorial process behind Issue 4: Dislocation