Emily Blincoe’s sweet tooth comes to life via her photographs in ‘Sugar Series’
Book walls by Anouk Kruith—a sculpture composed out of about 3,500 books which takes on a new shape during each installation. Many of the books are published in East Germany and can be considered as a commentary on the Berlin Wall, censorship, and the boundaries and limits of knowledge.The full title of the work is Enclosed Content Chatting Away In The Colour Invisibility and Kruith has stated that she seeks to “invent new things out of fragments of the past.’
Pasquale D'Silva’s illustrations revamp the forms of animals as geometric patterns.
Fleshy looking colored pencil drawings from artist Julie Randall from her newest series of work titled “Blown”.