Magazine

  • Rowdy Talks: Lolo and Sosaku

     “We understand Origin here as from where and for what a thing is what it is. What something is and how it is, is what we call its essence. The ori...
  • Rowdy Talks: Marian Brea

    Marian Brea, she beholds me with tickling but also pressure on the chest. Her work features skin, bones, fine and thick wires and even still life....
  • Enzo Iriarte: a college dropout who graduated in life

    Surprise surprise according to the National Center of Education, the newest generation tends to follow their dreams and guess what Gen Z is the b...
  • Editorial about Twins

    The analogue film captures a certain sense of in-between with regard to both worlds and it does so with an extraordinary attention to detail and pr...
  • Anouk Nitsche, interview with a photographer

     At a common friend’s birthday, I remember sitting down at the table when my friend pointed at this person, “she is an amazing photographer” he sai...
  • Häre Christian about the Unseen

      The unseen, for me, is one of the things that keeps us going, that awakes our curiosity and calls for us to sharpen our senses, walk another blo...
  • Egosex

    The night before our interview with EgoSex, the photographer Mar Arago arrived at my house from Valencia and slept on a single person sized couch....
  • Learning to see.

    Following artists and poets like William Butler Yeats, T.S. Eliot, and surrealist director Jodorowsky---whose film narration is perhaps the most po...