A trademark of Australian Aboriginal art, ‘dot-painting’ is a technique which creates effective, and superbly aesthetic works, aiding, alongside line and crosshatched markings, clever concealment of sacred symbols.

Georgia Merchant / Art

Fusing Jazz, Reggae, Hip-hop and Afro-beats (a legacy of 1970s African fusion), Ezra Collective have created a dynamic and irrepressible sound.

Sabhbh Curran / Music

With their retro, black and white aesthetic, you could be forgiven for thinking that Laurence Ellis’s photographs belong to a different age.

Sabhbh Curran / Photography

The ZONE initiative was launched in 2015 by the kolor art collective in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The project is split into multiple series called 'zones', each defined by a distinctive message and style.

Kolor Collective / Photography

In Shakespeare’s world, men would have played the parts of women who then pretend to be men; in Asadi’s, she dresses women in menswear and makes that menswear feminine

Bella Gladman / Fashion

The fourth close collaboration between Carsten Nicolai (Alva Noto) and film composer Ryuichi Sakamoto. This time round, the duo pair-off against the eminent contemporary music group, Ensemble Modern.

Adam Bonser / Music

The work of Charlotte Humphries, a UK-based illustrator and printmaker, pushes the boundaries of how a mark and an image is communicated to an audience.

Megan Fatharly / Design

I stand to look in the mirror every morning. I tug at this, pull that, straighten up that, tuck in this. An early morning routine, also for many others.

Yasmin Nicholas / Photography

Through the manipulation of material and creating a chaotic but controlled composition through gesture and articulation of particular forms, he is able to create an emotive piece in which the viewer may be left uncomfortable or intrigued.

Megan Fatharly / Art


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