Hi Reishabh! Thanks so much for taking time out of your busy schedule for us! So, take us back to … More
“I liked taking photographs of places, but images always lacked something. I wanted to capture my view of a space, and I found the best way to do that is by sketching it out”.
For our 25th dialogue, the mathematician Danijela Nedeljković talks to us about her lively artwork, which can brighten the gloomiest … More
‘I believe that my work wouldn’t even exist without culture. Much in part because of the reference to the place where I was born and the cultural influence that this brought me. Like the materiality I seek, the traces, the questioning, the ancestry, the history, the colours.’
Michel de Oliveira was born in Tobias Barreto (SE), Brazil. Visual artist, photographer, writer and art educator. He is motivated by the intuitive action of the creative process and by the aesthetic and material potentialities of the photographic image.
My advice is to get on and make art. No matter how badly it’s going – there is always something good that can come out of failure. – Lesley Hilling