Three remarkable women, photographed by Alice Neale on location at the centre of the city they call home.
In motion with Mona Chalabi - walking through green spaces and talking escapism, familiarity, community, and the power of movement as catalyst for changing thought patterns.
The sounds which are inspiring and moving us in the studio now.
A playlist for listening whilst on trains, planes and automobiles. Travelling from steady slow synthesizers, to poetry with a flowing beat, ending with a physical sonic dreamscape. Image: Charles & Ray Eames for Herman Miller, 1960s
A selection of sonic explorations linking time and space, from the acoustic to electronic. We travel from Brazil to Africa, in movement, connection and deep rooted compositions. Image: Sthenjwa Luthuli, Life Lesson, 2020
A soundscape of sonic diversity, following song lines and travelling through traditions in the form of folk, chanting and communal beats. Image: Berta Blanca T.Ivanow, Cante Jondo, 2020
Strong unapologetic rhythms with heat from artists including Grace Jones and Asa Moto - body music to move to with freedom, humour and power. Image: Robert Irwin, Faust, 2015
Featuring items from the personal collections of Veronica Ditting, Laima Leyton and Paula Gerbase.
"Collecting is about remembering. And, it also encourages us to gather and compare, to notice and appreciate details and how the specific craft and technique with which an object is made will distinguish it from another that’s very similar."
The makers and artisans series
At one point in time some of the most elemental ingredients of our daily life were innovations.
There is beauty in the forgotten. Like a chef foraging for seasonal ingredients only available at that time and place, it’s a game of discovery and resourcefulness.
Talks, workshops and more centred around dialogue.
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Lucy Kumara Moore is a writer, art director, consultant and director of Claire de Rouen bookshop in East London. @lucykumaramoore
Agata is a stylist and fashion editor based in London. She flies planes and rides horses in her spare time. @agatabelcen
Inspired by her love of film, character and with an interest in an artificially-constructed voyeurism, Alice’s images feel raw and slightly aloof. @alice_eneale
Jamie is a freelance writer who grew up on the beaches of Perth, Western Australia and is now based in East London. He writes about fashion, culture and science for publications including the Wall Street Journal, the Observer and the Financial Times. @jamie_waters
Sophie is a London-based writer and editor - she edits the print edition of AnOther Magazine. @sophie_bew
Tamibé Bourdanné is a photographer based in London, his work revolves around places and people. A spontaneous photographer at heart, He loves to show the world from different perspectives with emotive eyes. @tamibebourdanne
Jaja Hargreaves works as a visual researcher for the creative industry and creates collages in collaboration with Mat Maitland. @julystars
Paris-based Lune Kuipers works as stylist and set designer, she takes her inspiration from the realms of art and theatre. @lunekuipers
Hugo has a desire to create his own photographic language through colour and unique experimentation with a blending analogue and digital. @_hugomapelli
Paul Scala is a photographer and artist living in London. @paulscala
Daisy Hildyard is an author based in the north of England. Emergency (2022), tells stories of the global connections, and the human-nonhuman relationships, within a small rural area.
Laima is a London based Brazilian artist, musician, producer, mother and activist. Her work encompasses sonic pieces, video and performance, exploring the tension between domesticity and creativity. @laimaleyton
Atelier Dyakova is a London based visual communication agency that works with artists, creative brands and cultural institutions. Their approach is rooted in conceptual and typographic experimentation developed through research with attention to haptic details. @atelierdyakova
Paul is known for his enigmatic black and white photographs. The London-based artist primarily captures people – often in motion, and often in physical contact with others – creating images alive with “textures, melancholic moods, shapes and silhouettes.” @paulphung
Nicolette De SaintAmour is somatic movement practitioner, who has explored for the last decade studying the life of the body through its bio energetic process. @nikidesaintamour
Cecilia Byrne is the founder of Endless Rhythm, a water community crafting unique hand-thrown, gravity-fed water filters to physically and energetically enhance the water. @endless.rhythm
Pete Hellyer is a London-based creative and digital director working with purpose led brands to craft compelling stories and experiences. @petehellyer
Maisie Skidmore writes about fashion, art and design, and their intersection in contemporary culture. She lives in London. @maisieskidmore
Lina Bo Bardi at Casa de Vidro, by Francisco Albuquerque.
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