Sunil Shah

Art / Documentary

Photography: Sunil Shah Text: Anna Sanders Drawn to themes of expulsion informed by his own childhood experiences, Shah cuts and pastes fragments of history into one another, finding a new narrative within ambiguity, and new meanings in the chasm time leaves behind. Referencing the fractured nature of history, and our inability to know it in […]

Tales from the Frontline

Art / Documentary

Photography & Text: Joe Pettet-Smith Dover is a place in between places, a town that everyone has a connection to but is visited in order to go elsewhere. It’s the Frontline of Europe, the last pit stop before crossing the channel and likewise, the Gateway to Britain for those visiting the UK. It is undergoing […]

The Poetry of Punk

Art / Documentary

The poetry of punk; photographer Stefano Venturi documents his enduring, unlikely friendship with poet Steve Strange Text: Anna Sanders Images: Stefano Venturi Collaborative project: Tara St Hill and Stefano Venturi Punk is resistance: a rejection of societal norms that dictate and do not discuss, a rejection of the expected and the enforced. It isn’t music or fashion – […]

Biker Bred

Art / Documentary

Photography and words: Bex Day Last weekend I visited the MCN Biker Festival to document the men and women attending the event. From the Wall of Death to the stunt man riding over a ten-foot van, the festival had an energy that I hadn’t encountered elsewhere. People of all ages had come to either hang […]

In Between Places

Art / Documentary

Photography: Daniel Zhang Words: Anna Sanders To be torn between two continents is a feeling of displacement unique to those born in, but not ‘from’, their home country. A pulling between what you have always known, and the world your parents left behind – inherently yours yet uncomfortably strange. In the Summer of 2015, Daniel Zhang […]

Tory Island

Art / Documentary

Photography: Cian Oba-Smith Tory Island is located 9 miles of the coast of Donegal in Northern Ireland, with a population of just 96. It relies mainly on tourism as its once plentiful fishing resources have now been protected by strict sustainability legislation, preventing it from being a viable source for the residents survival. This has resulted in the majority of the younger […]