Just keep moving until the inexplicable reveals itself through its own inertia. In Japan, it's a lot more like fumbling into excellence.
There are those who stopped coming by the altar, and instead, took the ability to be one’s most genuine or essential self as their prevailing moral compass. Steph Carta found the altar worth visiting is in the stillness, in the centremost of your soul.
Sarah Ellen, a multi-hyphenate of multiple artistic pursuits, with a presence that has carved out the public space for over a decade now, speaks to SIDE-NOTE about the human condition and the recasting of a character inherent to ageing, developing and immersing oneself in life’s experiences.
Typecasting; where boundaries boundaries are broken, images are regenerated and individuals mould the new look of the location, the locals and the lives they lead.
American Hero. Delving into the complex and often misunderstood world of dissociative identity disorder, each image represents this in a subtle cue or a clever innuendo.
It’s an intimate act, an unsung one of self- preservation, and one of the rare moments the female form can find comfort in nudity without being scrutinised or sexualised.
Whether self-imposed or forced upon us, censorship shapes all our realities. Mitchell Smolkin, a psychotherapist whose work focuses on the dignity of suffering, details the consequences of this suppression — and possible silver linings.
In that everlasting battle between our private and public selves, our public self — and her allies— is who will secure our livelihood, and will build the bridges to our future prosperity.
Words deceive; in art and in life, attraction, hatred and love are best known through the physical... Welcome to EDITION N°18, INNUENDO.