Com olho para o invulgar, Jakub Jakobiszyn usa a câmara para imortalizar cenas que descreve como “esteticamente únicas”, dedicando especial atenção à composição e à cor.
Tess Ayano's work is inspired by the transient nature of life, which is deeply rooted in Japanese culture and philosophy, and describes her practice as an effort to “create intimate records from the tender moments that exist in everyday life with an awareness of preciousness of everything".
The work of photographer and writer Kristen Welles Bartley is largely autobiographical, heavily influenced by her parents' untimely death. “Sometimes, when I feel lost, I go out and try to find you on the grass or in the sky,” he wrote dedicated to his mother.
Bernhard Lang photographs mountains that resemble human profiles when turned through a 90-degree angle. Many of the mountains in the series reference regional legends such as "The Sleeping Witch" and "Sleeping Greek Woman,"
Jonk photographed run-down power plants, abandoned medical facilities and amusement parks in rusty ruins, conquered by nature and wild vegetation
When the Dust Settles by Polish documentary and landscape photographer Adam Wilkoszarski. With an interest in spaces previously occupied and now empty or abandoned, Wilkoszarski photographs the human marks left in these landscapes.