We are delighted to bring you the 5th issue of all the sins. We think you’ll agree that it is yet another celebration of the wonderful artistic talent out there. This time we asked contributors to represent and reinvent our theme of ‘landscape’, which we launched with a wonderful interview courtesy of Lauren P Della Monica and the Heritage Museum and Gardens, and we received fantastic submissions in return.
We have our first piece of graphic fiction with Greg Williard’s ‘Stories of the Goddammit Pantry’, which we think is a wonderful blend contributing to an unnerving and compelling mindscape. From the beautiful, challenging visual landscapes of Kate Bae and Becca Shmuluvitz to Carl Nelson’s futurescape, issue 5 is filled with diverse art from a diverse group of artists who are all pushing the boundaries of contemporary landscapes.
We hope you are inspired to view the landscapes of your experience – past, present, future and imagined – in a new way and are encouraged to challenge traditional notions of landscape.
Below, you’ll find a list of our included artists so you can explore this issue in any way that you choose. Alternatively, you can click the ‘Try this’ button at the bottom of each page to follow the path we’ve designed through the art. We recommend you start with Enter [Here] by Kate Bae.
Sinéad & Lisa
Enter [Here] – Kate Bae
With the Waves and with Your Voice – Kate Bae
Northwest Passage – Devon Balwit
Blankets – Joe Bielecki
Anxiety – Amy La Porta
Only What – Matt Liebowitz
He Would Follow Such Beauty – Arlene Naganawa
The Plenthorum – Carl Nelson
Dairy Aisle – G.B. Ryan
Laundry & Leonids – Becca Shmuluvitz
Rock Pool – Lynn White
Stories of the Goddammit Pantry – Greg Williard
Belgian Skylight – Margaret Winikates
Little Nomad – Stefanie Wolfson
Triptych (Dawn Day Dusk) – Stefanie Wolfson