Godard in Fragments - Super edit by Kogonada
Kelia is a Colorado native currently solidifying her dreams, which she describes as ‘elsewhere’. Often illustrated as a renaissance woman, her obsession with photography began during an adolescent trip abroad, and has since realized that travel and her art have been symbiotic. Kelia has just recieved her BFA in photography from the Savannah College of Art & Design. Kelia is temporarily based everywhere, working as an Editorial Assistant for Aint-Bad Magazine.
(b.Los Angeles) creates work with a feminine sensuality that is simultaneously epic and intimate. Amanda earned a BFA from Otis College of Art and Design in 2010, and has had features on her in publications such as New York Magazine, Vogue Italia and Vogue Spain, The Huffington Post, Interview, L’Officiel ART, i-D, Purple, and Oyster Magazine. Her editorial and commercial practice is alongside her work as a fine artist that she exhibits internationally. An exhibition of 2015’s “Pheromone Hotbox” at Stephen Kasher Gallery in NYC has evolved into the artist’s first fine art monograph on Hat&Beard Press/Dilettante Paper. Amanda lives and works between Los Angeles and London.
Petrina Hicks utilises the seductive and glossy language of commercial photography to create artworks that probe at the false promise of perfection, exploring photography’s ability to both create and corrupt the process of seduction and consumption.
Her work often explores female identity making reference to mythology and art history and drawing associations between these elements and contemporary image culture. Of further interest is the symbiotic relationship between animal and human reflected in her work.
Petrina Hicks has exhibited widely though solo and groups shows in Australia, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, USA, UK, Japan, China, Mexico and Brazil. Hicks’ work was recently selected to be shown at; Volta NY 2015, 17th International Videobrasil, Brazil, Pingyao International Photography Festival, China and Art Platform, Los Angeles.
Her work belongs to various national and international collections including: National Gallery of Australia, AGNSW, Queensland Art Gallery, Tweed River City Art Gallery, National Gallery of Victoria.
Amanda Charchian - "Four as One"
Maja Daniels - Monette & Mady
Swedish photographer based in London. Having studied journalism, photography and sociology, her work focuses on human relations in a western, contemporary environment.
As she uses sociology as a frame of research and approach to her self-initiated projects. " I am particularly interested in issues that relates to the body and its association with notions like ‘self’ and ‘identity’ "
Casey Brooks - Casi (almost)