For Issue 8, we want our artists to go in search of meaning, to look for the hidden or unexpected implications in words and images that no one else has noticed, to mix their media in order to create new interpretations and different ways of seeing, hearing, experiencing.
To help inspire you, we spoke to Liam Herne, a British artist now living in Australia, who predominantly works with photographic media and video. A lot of Liam’s current work explores the way in which our meaning evolves when we share something via social media and how we quickly we can lose control of our original intent.
Submissions are now open. Deadline: Thursday 21 June.
Visual art and pitches for arts-related articles are accepted on a rolling basis.
To find out how to submit, please read and follow our full submissions guidelines.