Fabrice Fouillet’s work favors a thorough architectural approach and stems from a particular outlook and idea, serving uncluttered aesthetics. His out-of-studio approach fluctuates between art and documentary and aims to explore the close relationship of mankind within their environment.
DOM stands for Dawn Of Midi and creates Music to dance to, with or without shoes.
Singapore by Nguan is a portrait of living and longing in the city. The tender and lyrical tone used in the series is intended to mask themes of discombobulation and disconnection. Each picture is meant to seem simultaneously naïve and disquieting, so as to reflect the predicament of an adolescent nation torn between her future and the past.
Wixel‘s heartfelt strokes of sound capture the melodramatic faces of the Singapore people.
COTM: What’s your inspiration?
Wixel: Mostly other music! I just love it so much i want to make something similar, but then it fails and it ends up as sounds i’d like to get lost in. Sonic youth, Mount eerie, Fennesz, Basinski,… there are a lot of them.
COTM: What gear do you use?
Wixel: I’ve used: guitars, acoustic, electric, an electric organ, drums, ableton live, a revox reel2reel, a dictaphone, small amps, various percussion bits, a sampler, a lot of samples, … and a lot of looper pedals.
COTM: What’s your message to the world?
Wixel: Always be kind.
A recent graduate from London College of Communication, London-based artist Juno Calypso uses photography to create her own era-less world in which her alter ego Joyce lives. Joyce’s melancholic expressions are seen within the most mundane of environments; from the office, to the bath, to being listlessly draped across her bed. Pastel hues and elaborate sets conceal an underlying exploration of femininity throughout, referring to certain aspects of the beauty industry as ‘absurdly patronizing’ gives an idea of what Juno’s work is all about.
The ambient and spatial guitar lines by Hammock give a great sense of emotion that matches stunning the works of Calypso.
The Village of Reason by Sarah Palmer represents a search for tranquility, for “reason” and resurrection, amid the tumult of contemporary life – while acknowledging that chaos is inherent in existence. The pictures fit, perhaps awkwardly, into various photographic genres, with images ranging from the seemingly straight to the experimental.
An almost waterfallish sound by How To Disappear Completely gives the still life objects of Palmer a certain depth.
Daniel Tedeschi’s photographs are a visual display of his experiences in Campania, Italy. They show people that he has grown to love, and a place that is full of culture.
Foreign Fields resonates a dreamy texture with a mellow bite.
Vicky Moon‘s photographic interest is primarily architecture, both exteriors and interiors. She is also interested in the construction of creating depth with her two-dimensional imagery and has created portable mini light boxes as well as a hand-made architectural pop up book.
Mr.Kitty brings us a dark electro punk feel that speaks to our souls.
Todd Danforth’s current photographic work focuses primarily on family and the ties that bond these close relationships together.
Start by Action Jackson layers 80′s synths into a dark background of the empty bed picture.
Louis Porter is British born artist who works in the mode of a photographic flâneur, exploring a diverse range of themes including: urban space, photographic archives, leisure and violence.
Firehorse creates that ambient sound scape that matches the empty streets of Louis Porter.
Collin Avery is an American artist from Adams, a small Town in Massachusetts. In his most recent work, his photographs are influenced from his memories of adolescence as well as themes found in New England culture.
The haunting music of Half Sick of Shadows by The Parlour Trick are portraying the dark woods of Avery.