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Issue #3 features the work of the following artists:
Wen-Hang Lin (US/Taiwan), whose color images of a reflective and disorienting human form depict how it can feel to be an immigrant living in the United States;
Marianthi Lainas (UK), whose embellished cyanotypes express her deep connection to the segment of the Northwest England coast she calls home;
Ky Lewis (UK), whose chemically-altered pinhole images shot on x-ray film explore the connections between landscape, history, and memory;
Yasu Matsumoto (Japan), whose cut and reassembled silver prints from glass negatives are toned in a "soup" containing material from the forests he photographs; and
Sebastien & Louise (UK), whose extensive travels in Asia ultimately led them back to England and its extensive canal system in a search for community.
In Conversation includes the work of Melanie King (UK), whose work explores the celestial origins and the reclamation/reuse of the noble metals found in light sensitive materials, and Anne Arden McDonald (US), whose cameraless work reflects upon concepts of the universal and the macro and the artist's relationship with her materials.
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Current Issue: Issue #2

Issue #2 features the work of the following artists:
Eric Kunsman (US), whose black and white images of pay phones provide commentary on social markers and the misrepresentation of the neighborhoods in which these once-ubiquitous objects exist;
Jo de Banzie (UK), whose wet plate series Harvest consists of images of war-related objects juxtaposed with images of items harvested from a fictitious war garden;
Lang (US), whose geometrically-dodged silver prints reflect the feeling of containment he experienced when visiting national parks in the US during lockdown;
Ingrid Newton (UK), whose platinum/palladium prints of Venice provided her with a sense of escapism during lockdown but also reflect the pandemic experience through depictions of a depopulated city; and
Gudmundur Oli Palmason (Iceland), whose altered Polaroids of abandoned human detritus and desolate landscapes examine man's relationship with the land and rural-to-urban migration.
In Conversation features the work of Citlali Fabian (Mexico) and Shane Balkowitsch (US), who use the wet plate collodion process to create portraits of indigenous communities from different perspectives but with a focus on collaboration and representation.
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Issue #1

Issue #1 features the work of the following artists:
Yoav Horesh (US/Israel), whose black and white images of Civil War monuments explore the relationship such objects have with the space they hold and the communities that come in contact with them;
David Emitt Adams (US), whose wet plate images of oil refineries exposed directly onto oil drum lids address issues such as consumption, energy and its sources, and the effect extraction has on the land;
Anne Eder (US), who uses historic processes to explore an endangered barrier reef of the coast of Massachusetts and incorporates the landscape itself - in the form of sea water - into her images;
Liz Harrington (UK), whose cyanotypes created in the waters of the East of England coastline address themes of transience, fragility, and the traces left by the past; and
Ella Morton (Canada), who alters her color film through the introduction of various liquids in an effort to create images whose appearance reflects the dissolution of the landscapes she photographs.
In Conversation features the work of Jackie Neale (US) and Rashod Taylor, (US) who explore their complicated relationships with the country they call home through imagery of the American flag using cyanotype and wet plate respectively.
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