Digital artworks that reflect on our current crisis as we face a new reality.
Tóia Azevedo’s main artistic research is on the concept of identity. She uses her own body to make this search: in self portraits, mixed media collages, embroidery, performance.
The entertainment and fashion industries seem like wonderlands of glamour and success. But there is another side to this beautiful story …
what if we have to leave our place? do we leave loved ones behind? where will we live from now on? …
Jason Dunne’s photo-series explores monstrosity, captivity and the pain of anonymity.
Québécois artist Emmanuel Laflamme explores the absurdity of the status quo through his satirical collage series. Here myth, religion, and popular culture splinter and become precarious.
Paris-based artist Sandra Paris shares the surrealist collages that pulled her out of a major creative rut: “I love collage, to cut, paste, cut, paste…. it brings me back to my childhood. I love to associate and connect things that would never go together to create a dreamlike and poetic atmosphere in my collages.”