Naiwen Zhang points out that what remains in memory in reality vanishes
The Project tells non-linear stories through images created in her hometown while feeling like living in dissonant spaces, through estrangement and desolation. She looks deeply at the concept of place and memory picturing scenes but emotions as well.
Archie Wells analyzes the knife crimes in the UK
In the 12 months ending March 2018, 285 people lost their lives as a result of knife crime in the UK. These images serve as a visual exploration of the issue through the documentation of the inner-city landscape, surrounding geographical boundaries being broken down and as an uncensored platform for those who have been directly affected or looking to fight it.
L’Incredibile! The future of football between inclusiveness and creativity
Moving from zero degrees of attention to planetary awareness within a generation is something incredible. Women’s football is a great global revolution, which has its roots in the future, in new endeavours.
Kai Wai Wong turns everyday’s actions into a catalogue of sensorial attitudes
This is a series of mundane and ambiguous daily life images photographed in the apartment under intuition going through a process that often dropped him into a contradictory feeling rather than enjoyment, probably saying something about attitudes and mental states.