Raising questions: With his work David Barreiro challenges the observer to make sense of what he's seeing.
Daniele Mattioli is an Italian photographer based in China. For him photography is an act of curiosity towards what is visible.
Greek street photographer Antonis Damolis talks about his existential approach to photography and what French philosopher Albert Camus has to do with it.
Antone Dolezal & Lara Shipley
Mystery meets the ordinary world: In their recent project "Devil's Promenade" Antone Dolezal and Lara Shipley explore the spook light in Ozark hills.
When Tiberio Ventura was photographing inside abandoned factory buildings he made a surprising discovery which would change the course of his work.
Niko J. Kallianiotis
With his images Greek photographer Niko J. Kallianiotis intends to evoke introspection to the viewer beyond subject matter.
Alexis Vasilikos doesn't attribute any particular meaning to his photography. For him it's a reflection of his everyday life as it unfolds.
In his work Steven Barritt is dealing with the nature of photography and recurring themes of human relationships with the environment and with each other.
Susan de Witt
Susan de Witt is an analogue photographer specialised in lith photography. A surreal thread is the trademark throughout her work.
For Bartek Langer a trip to Pakistan was the decisive step to start his career in documentary photography. Even though he comitted a terrible mistake.
Portuguese photographer Nuno Moreira describes photography as an inner dialogue: "Sometimes I’m posing questions, other times just listening."
In his surreal photo montages visual artist Tommy Ingberg always tries to maintain the unique characteristic of photography.
For photojournalist Rob Stothard photography is his platform to learn about history and cultures and immerse himself in political discourse.
Allyson Anne Lamb
Interview with conceptual photographer Allyson Anne Lamb about showing recognizable figures, humans or animals, in unreal environments.