MAKING WORK DURING QUARANTINE // MARIA ANSELL // APRIL 2020
Three photographers creating still life photography from objects you can find around your home - a little bit of inspiration during lockdown.
“Every now and then I see a piece of work that makes me feel jealous that I didn’t/couldn’t have created it”
GUIDO - GUIDI // CHARLIE WILLIAMS // APRIL 2020
Being confined into the four walls of my living room has had me thinking a lot about Italian photographer Guido Guidi’s ‘
’, a series of sixteen large-format colour photographs of the four bare walls of an empty room.
BRONZE - A Relfection on the Open Call // EMILY WILKINSON // APRIL 2020
The Bronze Age marked the first time when countries and civilisations started to harvest metals and trade them internationally, creating networks. This new economic productivity brought with it an emergence of skilled workers, who naturally started to express their artistry through the metal, that date back to as early as 3100 BC. It is because of these facts that it seems only fitting we chose this word as our inspiration for our first mini brief.
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