For our latest edition we’re asking artists to consider what it means to be a nomad, with some help from all the sins contributor Quin de la Mer.
For issue 11 we asked artists to explore all the ways in which we make marks on the world around us and, as always, they delivered.
For issue 10 we asked artists to explore the idea of messages in bottles and what a rich selection of work they shared with us.
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 dig deep this issue and explore the myriad ways in which all things buried have a way of rising to the surface.
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
Issue 4 has arrived! We’ve got a delicious mix of visual art, fiction, poetry and creative non-fiction for you to enjoy.
For our fourth call for submissions, we spoke with artist George Chakravarthi about dislocation.
Featuring our first translation, beautiful visual art and moving written work inspired by other art. Issue 3 is live!
For the Issue 3 theme, museum educator and advocate Margaret Winikates explores the inspiration to be found in museums for all types of artists.