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Featured: Terry Flaxton. Part I. We are the Borg.

Introducing British moving image artist Terry Flaxton. But first, let's accept a generous gift from Terry. His work Cloud Sculptures Over the Atacama Desert. is being offered as a virtual gift on If you're interested in virtually owning this piece as a courtesy of the artist, just click 'BUY' on the screen where the work is displayed, and enter CODE: fAd9cU. As a part of our Featured Artist series we present Terry Flaxton's work and a short essay on digital art, quantum technologies and climate change. The essay, titled We are the Borg, explores the role digital technology and artists working with digital media are likely to play in the future. The images throughout the arti

Plague and Locusts 2020. August. Featured Artists: Anne Urik.

Anna Urik. © Anna Urik. Courtesy of the artist. A photographer and a filmmaker, Anna Urik was born in Prague. Since 2009, after completing her degree at the Goldsmiths, she is based in London, and works and exhibits internationally. "I've made a short video during the lockdown to make some sort of sense out the emotional rollercoaster we all been feeling." - Anna Urik. Reset London, 2020. © Anna Urik. Anna, works as a fashion photographer, takes part in film festivals and London Fashion Week. She has published in various publications: Sukeban, Liike, Contributor, Kunst , Hunger, Kaltblut, Huf Magazine, 1883 Magazine, Trip Magazine, the 405, and more.

Plague and Locusts 2020. July-August. Featured Artists: Henry Woods.

© Henry Woods. Courtesy of the artist. Based in London, Henry Woods has found a deep interest in Video Art within the past year. She is a graduate of Ravensbourne University where she studied Digital Film Production. Echoes of Difficult Conversations During Lockdown, 2020. © Henry Woods. In her artist statement Woods explains her underlying sentiment: "‘Echoes of Difficult Conversations During Lockdown’ is an art film exploring my own relationships with others. Lockdown has forced me to take a step back and see what my relationships with people look like from afar. With a combination of recordings of reenacted conversations and videos of me socialising with friends and family. We all crave i

Plague and Locusts 2020. August. Featured Artists: Dmitrii Kilaga.

Dmitrii Kilaga. © Dmitrii Kilaga. Courtesy of the artist. Exhibiting artist Dmitrii Kilaga lives and works in Murmansk – a city in northwestern Russia, above the Polar Circle at the end of a deep bay off the Barents sea. He is a painter and videographer. He has begun to work with video in 2018. Asked to describe his journey he said: "The main reasons and things what drive me to create were always alienation between my personality and society, and tabu for words to express my point of view, and connection to my memories. Tabu for words doesn’t mean that I don’t have a right to say something and especially to hurt someone’s feelings but to bring calamity to my fate as primal fear. 'In case If

Featured artist: Kgaugelo Rakgwale

Kgaugelo Rakgwale. ©Kgaugelo Rakgwale It is not always simple to separate the artist’s statement from the artist whose work doesn’t appear to manifest what it claims to be manifesting. A nod to ‘contemporary discourse’ seems to be the norm while discussing art. It is sometimes overlooked that contemporary discourse is a living and breathing entity, just as art itself. It grows, it changes, old truths become obsolete, or stay in the era where they emerged, with new thought experiments and theories being developed and tested all the time. Meanwhile artists make their art, and some of it speaks to you directly - heart to heart, if not always mind to mind. Faded, 2017. ©Kgaugelo Rakgwale That is

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