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Space Title

Room 2

Within the World Titled Edition 365
Credited to 1854 and British Journal of Photography
Opening date November 9th, 2021
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Ailen MaletaAlecsandra DragoiAletheia CaseyAlfie WhiteAna LealAnn PetruckevitchAnna SturgeonClair Robinscosimo damianoEleanor OakesElena Kollatou and Leonidas ToumpanosEliza BournerFei PanGiacomo d'OrlandoJooeun BaeJose Luis IbañezJuanrie StrydomK Linnea BackeLeanne SurfleetLucas AndahlMalhar UpadhyayMariana Bicudo CunhaMark ForbesMark WaltonMíriam RamalhoMonorom PolokNaman ClatNiamh McParlandRaphaël Nealrobert hugginsRoss MeadRuaridh FraserRui Pedro OliveiraRyan KevinSara Arruga SerranoSONIA BHAMRASpace Kid SpliffTaniya SarkarTrevor RA DingleVikas GotraYosando FaizalZillah Bowes

Artworks in this space:

Artwork title

Untitled

Artist name K Linnea Backe
Artwork Description:

Installation shot of silver gelatin print. @_embroidered_cloths on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Installation shot of silver gelatin print.
Artwork title

Untitled

Artist name K Linnea Backe
Artwork Description:

Installation shot of silver gelatin print. From The Poetics of Flux. Change is the giver of dizziness. It is also the only thing we can truly count on. It throws us around, confuses us, and forces us to lose control. It has the strength of furious, running water. You can not resist if you want to survive, you do not know what will happen, you have to go with the flow. Change is enigma. This is the series I made as a way of coping with covid. @_embroidered_cloths on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Installation shot of silver gelatin print. From The Poetics of Flux. Change is the giver of dizziness. It is also the only thing we can truly count on. It throws us around, confuses us, and forces us to lose control. It has the strength of furious, running water. You can not resist if you want to survive, you do not know what will happen, you have to go with the flow. Change is enigma. This is the series I made as a way of coping with covid.
Artwork title

Entropy

Artist name Mark Forbes
Artwork Description:

Texas, 2020, Medium format film image @_markforbes_ on Instagram @_markforbes_ on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Square frame of shopping trolleys / buggies / carts in a perfect line
Artwork title

Deriva

Artist name Ailen Maleta
Artwork Description:

Deriva belongs to a photographic series entitled No place. In this series, the balloon is the common element that I use to create visual metaphors of the reality that we have lived for a year in my country from my vision. @ailenmaleta on Instagram @ailenmaleta on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Deriva
Artwork title

Melancholic

Artist name Ana Leal
Artwork Description:

A self portrait when I was feeling really melancholic. All images from "Apparent Insignificance "series. @analealphoto on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A close up self portrait on my bed at night feeling very melancholic.
Artwork title

Hopeful

Artist name Ana Leal
Artwork Description:

A couple of people walk on the beach during pandemic. From "Apparent Insignificance "series. @analealphoto on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A couple of people walking on the beach watched from inside my apartment.
Artwork title

From Inside

Artist name Ana Leal
Artwork Description:

A view from my bedroom window at the very beginning of the pandemic. From "Apparent Insignificance "series. @analealphoto on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A very bright view from inside of my bedroom looks at a tree outside.
Artwork title

Wild Garden

Artist name Ann Petruckevitch
Artwork Description:

Each image submitted encapsulates for me what happened during this time interval when COVID-19 pretty much dominated my life and the people close around me. They tell a story of reflection, hope and perseverance, respectively. My own creativity continued using the flowers in our garden to create lumen photograms using light sensitive photographic paper. There was a sense of peace restored by again being outdoors without being out and a realization that we were very lucky to have private access to nature. @annpetruckevitch on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Colour photogram of wild garden flowers
Artwork title

Can we touch stuff yet?'

Artist name Clair Robins
Artwork Description:

Wrapped for your protection. @clairscollections on Instagram @Robins_clair on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Can we touch stuff yet?'  A still life image that has five kids plastic toy animals and insects , wrapped up in cling film wrap. The items are stacked and look precarious.
Artwork title

Laura

Artist name Sara Arruga Serrano
Artwork Description:

Laura is a friend I met just before lockdown. During Covid we met whenever it was possible to portrait each other. @eine.symphonie on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A photography showing a girl looking through an open window while her hair is blowing in the wind.
Artwork title

Voter Portrait (16), 2020

Artist name Eleanor Oakes
Artwork Description:

This series of portraits was made on Election Day, November 3, 2020, outside my designated voting center in Detroit. Voters were invited to take a complimentary large-format portrait, and later received a print of their image. These portraits became ever more significant when Detroit became a focus for baseless allegations of voter fraud. The images counter these claims by visualizing the real people behind the votes, those who faced disenfranchisement from elected officials pandering to a dangerously false political narrative. They also celebrate our triumph of democracy in the midst of a historic pandemic, with masks and gloves as repeated icons of the safety precautions taken by voters. This is an ongoing project, started in 2016, that provides the opportunity for me to engage with individuals beyond political rhetoric, and offers a small token of civic service to my local community. The resulting images demonstrate a diverse group of American citizens proud to exercise their democratic right to vote, and my belief in the power of photography to unite, rather than divide. @eleanoroakes on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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This is a black and white image with a woman standing in the middle of the frame, visible from the calves up with a brick wall and some shrubs blurred behind her. She is wearing denim pants and shirt with latex gloves on both hands and a button on her left chest that says "I Voted," heart-shaped sunglasses, a mask around her chin and a purse over her left shoulder.
Artwork title

New Shoes

Artist name Eliza Bourner
Artwork Description:

Self portrait with shiny shoes, stood on a chair against velvet curtains. @elizabourner on Instagram @elizabourner on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A close up of two legs stood on a chair.
Artwork title

Congratulations

Artist name Eliza Bourner
Artwork Description:

A still life of a celebratory balloon floating towards a door in a dimly lit, wallpapered room. @elizabourner on Instagram @elizabourner on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A helium filled balloon on a piece of ribbon, with the word "congratulations!" written in the middle against an ajar door with light coming through.
Artwork title

Goldfish

Artist name Eliza Bourner
Artwork Description:

A goldfish in a plastic bag sits on a radiator. @elizabourner on Instagram @elizabourner on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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An orange goldfish in a water filled bag is placed on top of a radiator which is against a cheery yellow wallpaper.
Artwork title

Bubblegum

Artist name Eliza Bourner
Artwork Description:

Self portrait, lying down and blowing bubblegum. @elizabourner on Instagram @elizabourner on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Blonde woman lying down on satin orange sheet with a big pink bubble covering her face.
Artwork title

Fascinado

Artist name Jose Luis Ibañez
Artwork Description:

Atraido por el medio ambiente @extreme_simplicity/ on Instagram @Joseiba37 on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Fascinado por las turbinas de los barcos, que contaminación y emiten varios contaminantes   que propician el calentamiento global, con partículas en suspensión.
Artwork title

Hidden Seeds #10

Artist name Jooeun Bae
Artwork Description:

November 11, 2020/ 13in x 20in/ Photo Collage @jooeunbae on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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It is a photo collage piece that emphasizes the pattern of the skirt. The model is sitting down facing away from the lens while the big dress is making a circle around the model. Only blue flower patterns are left to outline the skirt, and the design flows from top to bottom along with one blue watercolor brush stroke.
Artwork title

Hidden Seeds #13

Artist name Jooeun Bae
Artwork Description:

November 11, 2020/ 13in x 20in/ Photo Collage @jooeunbae on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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It is a photo collage piece. The model is wearing a silky turquoise blouse, skirt, as well as heals and stretching her arms left to right gracefully. Her hands are collaged to look like the big wave goes across the image horizontally. The turquoise of the outfits harmonizes well with the nature background of the sky, mountain, and river.
Artwork title

Different Lives but Same Thoughts

Artist name Jooeun Bae
Artwork Description:

April 01, 2021/ 13in x 20in/ Photo Collage @jooeunbae on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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It is a photo collage work using portraits of the artist and her mother. Their portraits are divided into different parts of their faces shaped in cubes. The artist arranges the cubes in a way that it looks like a whole face on a peachy pink background.
Artwork title

Process of Formation

Artist name Jooeun Bae
Artwork Description:

April 01, 2021/ 13in x 20in/ Photo Collage @jooeunbae on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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It is a photo collage work using portraits of the artist. The shape of the subject is defined, but she is faceless. The cubes in the image look like they are falling from the top to pile up in the subject’s inner side. The overall color palette is orange-pink to light blue.
Artwork title

Somewhere Unknown (Image 1)

Artist name Juanrie Strydom
Artwork Description:

A photograph of the sky captured through a window during lockdown, digitally edited to create an illusionary reinterpretation. @juanrie_photography on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A photograph of the sky captured through a window during lockdown.
Artwork title

Self-Portrait with dead tulips, 2020

Artist name Leanne Surfleet
Artwork Description:

I've been documenting myself and my life for many years but when the pandemic hit and the lockdowns began, things felt different. Now I was forced to be alone, I had no choice. I began documenting this time and had kept some tulips that I had bought the week before lockdown, I felt like I needed to keep them as a souvenir of life before covid. I still have one. Documenting myself is hugely important to me and helps me deal with anxiety around my own mortality. Shot on Polaroid SX-70 @leannesurfleet on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Polaroid close up of a womans legs (from the knees down) and feet (with red painted toe nails) in the air, in bright evening sunlight. A silver ringed hand sits across the knees holding three small, crusty dead tulips (one yellow, two dark purple). Black background.
Artwork title

In the same river we both step and do not step #00035

Artist name Elena Kollatou and Leonidas Toumpanos
Artwork Description:

Imaginary landscape of dis-topic future @leonidas_toumpanos_photography and @elena_kollatou on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Close up of a bush.
Artwork title

New Waves

Artist name Raphaël Neal
Artwork Description:

Sam (New Waves series), London 2021. @raphaelneal.1 on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Dancer Sam Dilkes in a photo from "New Waves"
Artwork title

Pray, 2020

Artist name Ryan Kevin
Artwork Description:

Pray, 2020 - Xerox Scanned body portrait @ryankevin on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A paper print out of a man bending from his waist showing you his back. the image has been xerox scanned multiple times to distort details.
Artwork title

Nothing Left to Call Home

Artist name Taniya Sarkar
Artwork Description:

In India, to touch, pull, tear out, or cut a woman’s hair is considered an intimate violation tantamount to rape. Many women reported experiencing this type of assault during the communal clashes in India. Visual metaphor photographed in Kolkata, West Bengal, India, 2021. @taniya.sarkar2 on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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To touch woman's hair is equivalent to rape in India.
Artwork title

A Construct of Nonsense

Artist name Yosando Faizal
Artwork Description:

Why do we worry so much it, when nothing really matters and everything is mostly a facade to what reality really is. @yosnfz on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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(nothing)
Artwork title

All that is left is a memory of you

Artist name Yosando Faizal
Artwork Description:

Yet I'm still here longing for something that is less real than my last night's dream. @yosnfz on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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(nothing)
Artwork title

un-un-un

Artist name Yosando Faizal
Artwork Description:

A confusing and challenging phase for growth in all aspects of life, be it cultural, societal and as an individual. @yosnfz on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Artwork title

Allowed (2)

Artist name Zillah Bowes
Artwork Description:

Allowed is a study of wild urban growth during the first Covid-19 wave in the UK. It comprises colour photographs taken in the centre and residential areas of Cardiff, Wales, and re-examines our relationship with city plant-life in the urgent context of biodiversity loss and climate crisis. This work presents the relationship of the built environment to the plant ecology it replaces, capturing the aesthetic quality and ecological necessity of pandemic-allowed nature. @zillahbowes on Instagram @zillahbowes on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A bramble grows out through railings across an empty pedestrian walkway. Light casts shadows down the out-of-focus path and grass verge.
Artwork title

Allowed (1)

Artist name Zillah Bowes
Artwork Description:

Allowed is a study of wild urban growth during the first Covid-19 wave in the UK. It comprises colour photographs taken in the centre and residential areas of Cardiff, Wales, and re-examines our relationship with city plant-life in the urgent context of biodiversity loss and climate crisis. This work presents the relationship of the built environment to the plant ecology it replaces, capturing the aesthetic quality and ecological necessity of pandemic-allowed nature. @zillahbowes on Instagram @zillahbowes on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A tuft of grass grows up through a pavement crack in an empty high street. Behind, an out-of-focus phone receiver dangles upside down.
Artwork title

Column Chart

Artist name Vikas Gotra
Artwork Description:

A photograph from a story called "Ebb and flow of my thoughts during lockdown due to covid-19 pandemic" where these plants gave me the impression of a bar graph developed every day by the World Health Organization for tracking the daily covid cases. ? on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Column Chart
Artwork title

Working on the Frontline

Artist name Alecsandra Dragoi
Artwork Description:

Tudor Toma has been working on the frontline for the HNS to combat coronavirus in one of the largest hospitals in SE London. He is from Romania and moved to the UK 20 years ago. He is currently an NHS Consultant Respiratory Physician and one of the most important doctors in the hospitals. He doesn't like to be called a hero, he told me that what he does is his duty and currently is more important than ever. Despite this, we do consider them heroes because they are by our side in one of the hardest periods of our lives. I have photographed him in front of the hospital, in a quiet park, giving him a moment to rest. @alecsandra.dragoi.photo on Instagram @AlecsDragoi on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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NHS Doctor
Artwork title

2020

Artist name Alfie White
Artwork Description:

Triple exposure, 2020 @alfiewphoto on Instagram @alfiewphoto on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Black and white merged image of three photos. In foreground can be seen photographer, as one photo, glancing to the left of the image; around him, in another photo, a scene at a pub table with a woman and man in conversation with someone out of frame. Behind them and around the rest of the image is the third photo, of Piccadilly at night; a couple is seen at the bottom left of the frame, much smaller than the other people, walking on the pavement; to the right third of the image, a light, bright sign saying '2020' is glowing.
Artwork title

Death in Bloom

Artist name Anna Sturgeon
Artwork Description:

Death in Bloom is an image taken in January 2021, when covid cases once again began to rise. At the time myself and my family had covid and so we were isolating together. We were all quite unwell and so flowers around the house went unwatered for a while. When I started to feel better (on about day 8) I kept myself amused by creating a little make shift studio in a corner of my room to take pictures for my final major project at University. When I went downstairs I saw the tulips on the table... they looked to be on their way out even though they were yet to bloom- all wilting apart from one. The image forms part of a larger body of work titled 'Something Where There Should Be Nothing: Nothing Where There Should Be Something' which alludes to a realm beyond our understanding. But it is also very much a reflection of the circumstances of the last year and a half- of the people and time we lost. @anna__sturgeon on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A vase with tulips on top of a small table covered in black silk material. 5 of the tulip flowers are wilting and one is not. There is circle of yellow light on the far left hand side, illuminating part of the wall behind the wilting tulips.
Artwork title

Fieston

Artist name cosimo damiano
Artwork Description:

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Artwork title

The Grass is Greener: Model as Intermediaries

Artist name Fei Pan
Artwork Description:

Along with the progress of the digitalized world, it is hard to ignore the immaterial perspective within the context of the built environment and post-nature, especially during a whole year’s pandemic. Contextually, a computational/immaterial method of world-making is changing our environment and challenging our perception of nature and the physical world. The image series is from the project “the grass is greener” and includes actual photographs, digitally made images, and combined methods. Project statement: With the project ”The grass is greener”, I am interested in addressing the questions: How world of thing become more and more unreal, how the new realm is formed, how digital mechanics see things and shape realities, and how we percept in the mixed-realities in the post-nature discourse. The grass is greener is based on the post-nature context from built environment to digital landscape. It is to analyze how world of mixed-realities between the original/ the faux/ the virtual are formed and how modeling work as intermediaries. I re-interpret a grassland through material ‘1:1 copy’ and re-mapping". I confront different layers of simulations that constitute the replica (materiality-immateriality @feipan_00 on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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The Grass is Greener #1
Artwork title

The Grass is Greener: Model as Intermediaries

Artist name Fei Pan
Artwork Description:

Along with the progress of the digitalized world, it is hard to ignore the immaterial perspective within the context of the built environment and post-nature, especially during a whole year’s pandemic. Contextually, a computational/immaterial method of world-making is changing our environment and challenging our perception of nature and the physical world. The image series is from the project “the grass is greener” and includes actual photographs, digitally made images, and combined methods. Project statement: With the project ”The grass is greener”, I am interested in addressing the questions: How world of thing become more and more unreal, how the new realm is formed, how digital mechanics see things and shape realities, and how we percept in the mixed-realities in the post-nature discourse. The grass is greener is based on the post-nature context from built environment to digital landscape. It is to analyze how world of mixed-realities between the original/ the faux/ the virtual are formed and how modeling work as intermediaries. I re-interpret a grassland through material ‘1:1 copy’ and re-mapping". I confront different layers of simulations that constitute the replica (materiality-immateriality @feipan_00 on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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The Grass is Greener #3
Artwork title

Freedom Under Control

Artist name Giacomo d'Orlando
Artwork Description:

Valentina (27) Verona. In my case, loneliness was filled with my work. I spent about 12 hours a day doing swabs to people, and providing health care. I felt useful, but above all, responsible. I always been a person who likes company and confusion. During this time I begun to appreciate more the silence, distancing myself from things not strictly necessary. When I was doing swabs, I was going into people’s home with PPE suit, mask, gloves, socks, being careful not to touch anything. Despite this, I always felt “dirty”. Sometimes I felt afraid that I forgot some steps in security procedures. I felt like a possible contamination vehicle. My predominant emotion was diffidence. @giacomo_dorlando on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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The freedom of choice was an undisputed concept, almost obvious until recently. 
The period of forced isolation we have gone through has profoundly dented this belief, radically changing the perception of the control we have over our lives. As a result, this has influenced our way of thinking and acting.
During isolation, each person has coexisted with different emotions and moods, which have inevitably left within us psychological aftermaths that will hardly abandon us in a short time. The sense of uncertainty about our future increased due to the impotence of being masters of oneself and one’s actions. Now we feel like our freedom is under control. 
An inescapable pragmatism has supplanted our spontaneity and carefreeness. 
The sense of community is crumbling away day by day, in favour of an increasingly distrustful and individualistic society. The enormous amount of free time we had recently, made us reflect. In some cases, it changed our priorities, contributing to the rediscovery of what really matters to us, what is indispensable in our lives. It led us to find out what we desperately need in our daily life. What we missed the most when our basic freedoms were denied.
In this reportage, I wanted to analyse those who were mostly affected by this psychological backlash: the young people from 23 to 35 years old.
During this phase of life, the young people go through a particular process of inner awareness that lead them to realize what they really want to do in their life. 
The inability to act freely and the prospect of an uncertain future are subverting the plans of thousands of them. 
Through a 12 questions interview realized with the help of psychologists expert in the field, I wanted to dig deep into the feelings that accompanied young people from all over Italy during the quarantine. The aim of this project is to demonstrate how this unprecedented event has changed the way we see and live life, creating an archive of psychosocial changes that have taken place within the new generations.
Artwork title

The Grass is Greener: Model as Intermediaries

Artist name Fei Pan
Artwork Description:

Along with the progress of the digitalized world, it is hard to ignore the immaterial perspective within the context of the built environment and post-nature, especially during a whole year’s pandemic. Contextually, a computational/immaterial method of world-making is changing our environment and challenging our perception of nature and the physical world. The image series is from the project “the grass is greener” and includes actual photographs, digitally made images, and combined methods. Project statement: With the project ”The grass is greener”, I am interested in addressing the questions: How world of thing become more and more unreal, how the new realm is formed, how digital mechanics see things and shape realities, and how we percept in the mixed-realities in the post-nature discourse. The grass is greener is based on the post-nature context from built environment to digital landscape. It is to analyze how world of mixed-realities between the original/ the faux/ the virtual are formed and how modeling work as intermediaries. I re-interpret a grassland through material ‘1:1 copy’ and re-mapping". I confront different layers of simulations that constitute the replica (materiality-immateriality @feipan_00 on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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The Grass is Greener #2
Artwork title

The Grass is Greener: Model as Intermediaries

Artist name Fei Pan
Artwork Description:

Along with the progress of the digitalized world, it is hard to ignore the immaterial perspective within the context of the built environment and post-nature, especially during a whole year’s pandemic. Contextually, a computational/immaterial method of world-making is changing our environment and challenging our perception of nature and the physical world. The image series is from the project “the grass is greener” and includes actual photographs, digitally made images, and combined methods. Project statement: With the project ”The grass is greener”, I am interested in addressing the questions: How world of thing become more and more unreal, how the new realm is formed, how digital mechanics see things and shape realities, and how we percept in the mixed-realities in the post-nature discourse. The grass is greener is based on the post-nature context from built environment to digital landscape. It is to analyze how world of mixed-realities between the original/ the faux/ the virtual are formed and how modeling work as intermediaries. I re-interpret a grassland through material ‘1:1 copy’ and re-mapping". I confront different layers of simulations that constitute the replica (materiality-immateriality @feipan_00 on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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The Grass is Greener #5
Artwork title

The Grass is Greener: Model as Intermediaries

Artist name Fei Pan
Artwork Description:

Along with the progress of the digitalized world, it is hard to ignore the immaterial perspective within the context of the built environment and post-nature, especially during a whole year’s pandemic. Contextually, a computational/immaterial method of world-making is changing our environment and challenging our perception of nature and the physical world. The image series is from the project “the grass is greener” and includes actual photographs, digitally made images, and combined methods. Project statement: With the project ”The grass is greener”, I am interested in addressing the questions: How world of thing become more and more unreal, how the new realm is formed, how digital mechanics see things and shape realities, and how we percept in the mixed-realities in the post-nature discourse. The grass is greener is based on the post-nature context from built environment to digital landscape. It is to analyze how world of mixed-realities between the original/ the faux/ the virtual are formed and how modeling work as intermediaries. I re-interpret a grassland through material ‘1:1 copy’ and re-mapping". I confront different layers of simulations that constitute the replica (materiality-immateriality @feipan_00 on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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The Grass is Greener #4
Artwork title

Lockdown Libido

Artist name Rui Pedro Oliveira
Artwork Description:

With the 2020's lockdown, the human contact was put aside. Libido was on hold. @insano_net on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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2020 Lockdown Libido
Artwork title

Freedom Under Control

Artist name Giacomo d'Orlando
Artwork Description:

Alessandro (29) Napoli. I think I’ve never had total control over my life and I don’t think I will have it in the future either. I stopped chasing news about the outside world in order to lose the conception of time and focus only on myself. It was shocking to see what was happening outside, because it was something new never happened before. Since the pandemic broke out, I’ve noticed that people have changed their habits drastically, becoming more wary and less expansive. My predominant emotion was bewilderment. @giacomo_dorlando on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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The freedom of choice was an undisputed concept, almost obvious until recently. 
The period of forced isolation we have gone through has profoundly dented this belief, radically changing the perception of the control we have over our lives. As a result, this has influenced our way of thinking and acting.
During isolation, each person has coexisted with different emotions and moods, which have inevitably left within us psychological aftermaths that will hardly abandon us in a short time. The sense of uncertainty about our future increased due to the impotence of being masters of oneself and one’s actions. Now we feel like our freedom is under control. 
An inescapable pragmatism has supplanted our spontaneity and carefreeness. 
The sense of community is crumbling away day by day, in favour of an increasingly distrustful and individualistic society. The enormous amount of free time we had recently, made us reflect. In some cases, it changed our priorities, contributing to the rediscovery of what really matters to us, what is indispensable in our lives. It led us to find out what we desperately need in our daily life. What we missed the most when our basic freedoms were denied.
In this reportage, I wanted to analyse those who were mostly affected by this psychological backlash: the young people from 23 to 35 years old.
During this phase of life, the young people go through a particular process of inner awareness that lead them to realize what they really want to do in their life. 
The inability to act freely and the prospect of an uncertain future are subverting the plans of thousands of them. 
Through a 12 questions interview realized with the help of psychologists expert in the field, I wanted to dig deep into the feelings that accompanied young people from all over Italy during the quarantine. The aim of this project is to demonstrate how this unprecedented event has changed the way we see and live life, creating an archive of psychosocial changes that have taken place within the new generations.
Artwork title

Interiors

Artist name Lucas Andahl
Artwork Description:

Photograph, 2020 @LucasKingKong on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Eighty portraits of two men on a couch, arranged in a ten by eight grid.
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Crepúsculo Azul (Blue Twilight)

Artist name Mariana Bicudo Cunha
Artwork Description:

A city skyline born out a confined domestic space. I took this photograph in the most mundane place – my bathroom. Yet, the strange beauty of the shadows against the dying light of day created something else, and I saw the world outside from the inside of my house. This work is an exercise of the imagination. @marianabicudocunha on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Dark silhouettes of beauty products against a window, with a blue light coming through the glass.
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Brian Armstrong

Artist name Mark Walton
Artwork Description:

The work is titled Brian Armstrong @markwalton2 on Instagram @markwaltonph on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Head and shoulders photograph of a man called Brian Armstrong.
Artwork title

Camera Obscura

Artist name Míriam Ramalho
Artwork Description:

During the pandemic, I covered all the light that came in through the windows and made only a small hole. The result was the projection of the external image, inverted, on the bedroom walls, as in the early days of photography. That was my camera obscura. I invited my grandchildren to participate in this experience and they could feel the unexpected upside-down world that appeared on the walls. @miriam__ramalho on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Two children are in a bedroom, lying across on a double bed with part of their body leaning toward the floor. One of them has one arm on the other's back. The children's image is reflected in a mirror. Images of external buildings with windows are projected upside down on the walls. On the right wall are objects on shelves and a mirror. There are a desk and a chair close to the wall.
Artwork title

Lockdown Solitude

Artist name Malhar Upadhyay
Artwork Description:

This image was taken on 26th July, 2020 when COVID-19 was at its peak in this couple of months in india. Even small villages were not spared by virus transmission, India was on total lockdown during this period. I took this image at evening from my terrace with my phone. Image of my neighbour who was sitting alone in his house at evening depicts the grief & loneliness came from this pandemic. And I think this was not only case in one house, we heard the stories from all around the world of affect of this pandemic on our lives. But still there was hope of rays in darkness. And courage to say this that, "This too shall pass". @mthenorthstar on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A man who is sitting alone in house at evening, during the period of time when COVID-19 was at its peak. In hope of that, "This too shall pass".
Artwork title

Hat

Artist name robert huggins
Artwork Description:

There is something about tall hats @rafhuggins on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Man in tall hat
Artwork title

Stuck In Plastic

Artist name SONIA BHAMRA
Artwork Description:

From the series ‘The Illusion of separation’ The greatest Illusion in this world is the illusion of separation and is ultimately the cause of the negative human impact we continue to have on our planet. In this series I am researching ancient wisdom from Sikh and Hindu theology to address these contemporary issues, such as the way we live, consume and act. The Goddess Maya means illusion, that which is temporary and is the one who blinds everything in illusion, but at the same time, she’s the one who shows the truth. She’s the source of all illusions, stating that we view life through a series of distorting veils that prevent us from seeing "actual reality" I am interested in exploring these veils of Maya (an illusion) where we consider our separateness from our environment and the universe as absolute. The problem lies with us and our own consciousness, we continue to deplete and destroy the very nature that we are so intrinsically a part of. Humankind is but one thread within the web of life so whatever we do to that web, we do to ourselves. All things are connected and all things are bound together. We are one of the many shapes nature has taken but Maya, the veil of illusion masks the truth of our reality. We need to address this disconnectedness and the damaging impact the human species is having on this planet of ours. To evolve past this illusion and our dominance over this planet in order to be beneficial to the whole. @sonia.6bh on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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A boy that has become stuck in a sheet of plastic
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Dry Valley, Yorkshire Wolds, Spring 2020

Artist name Trevor RA Dingle
Artwork Description:

At least in Spring 2020 the weather was good enough to get out and explore the local area. I had more time to photograph the area I live in, and went back to developing my own C41 films. The texture of the grass on the hill and the sinuous curve of the dry valley give a tactile quality to the landscape. It is so sparsely populated there is no human trace to date it. @trevordingle on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Grass Dale, a steep sided dry Valley in the chalk hills of the Yorkshire Wolds.
Artwork title

Where does the sky end and space begin?

Artist name Aletheia Casey
Artwork Description:

During the dark Winter months of the 2020 pandemic, I received news that one of my mother's neuroendocrine tumours had become aggressive. I live in London, although my family home is in Australia. Dreams overlapped with memories of my childhood home, as I tried desperately to travel back to my mother and the rest of my family. The bath in my London flat became a space craft in which my six-year-old son, Adelchi, and I imagined flying home, guided by the stars and kept safe by the light of the moon. We searched for a path through the night sky, knowing we were linked to my mother by its womb-like containment. Winged creatures took on new significance as we remained trapped in London, and unable to fly home. The bath changed from a vessel in which to float and dream, to a solid porcelain cage, the hard edges becoming a border which we were not permitted to cross. As the months trickled slowly by, my longing to be home in Australia grew unbearable. The landscape of my childhood home mixed with memories of my mother, and the two became inseparable: one clinging desperately to the other in my mind. Trees became my mother’s fingers, holding me, reaching for me. After several more months of cancelled flights and logistical nightmares, Adelchi and I managed to fly home in late February 2021. After 15 days in quarantine, we could finally see my mother and the family. My parent's bed became a place of comfort and dreams, as my son lay with them, held with love and tenderness. I watched, while the stars shone down on me, their glow mapping my journey, and holding me still. @aletheiacasey on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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During the dark Winter months of the 2020 pandemic, I received news that one of my mother's neuroendocrine tumours had become aggressive. I live in London, although my family home is in Australia. Dreams overlapped with memories of my childhood home, as I tried desperately to travel back to my mother and the rest of my family. The bath in my London flat became a space craft in which my six-year-old son, Adelchi, and I imagined flying home, guided by the stars and kept safe by the light of the moon. We searched for a path through the night sky, knowing we were linked to my mother by its womb-like containment. Winged creatures took on new significance as we remained trapped in London, and unable to fly home. The bath changed from a vessel in which to float and dream, to a solid porcelain cage, the hard edges becoming a border which we were not permitted to cross.

As the months trickled slowly by, my longing to be home in Australia grew unbearable. The landscape of my childhood home mixed with memories of my mother, and the two became inseparable: one clinging desperately to the other in my mind. Trees became my mother’s fingers, holding me, reaching for me.

After several more months of cancelled flights and logistical nightmares, Adelchi and I managed to fly home in late February 2021. After 15 days in quarantine, we could finally see my mother and the family. My parent's bed became a place of comfort and dreams, as my son lay with them, held with love and tenderness. I watched, while the stars shone down on me, their glow mapping my journey, and holding me still.
Artwork title

Where does the sky end and space begin?

Artist name Aletheia Casey
Artwork Description:

During the dark Winter months of the 2020 pandemic, I received news that one of my mother's neuroendocrine tumours had become aggressive. I live in London, although my family home is in Australia. Dreams overlapped with memories of my childhood home, as I tried desperately to travel back to my mother and the rest of my family. The bath in my London flat became a space craft in which my six-year-old son, Adelchi, and I imagined flying home, guided by the stars and kept safe by the light of the moon. We searched for a path through the night sky, knowing we were linked to my mother by its womb-like containment. Winged creatures took on new significance as we remained trapped in London, and unable to fly home. The bath changed from a vessel in which to float and dream, to a solid porcelain cage, the hard edges becoming a border which we were not permitted to cross. As the months trickled slowly by, my longing to be home in Australia grew unbearable. The landscape of my childhood home mixed with memories of my mother, and the two became inseparable: one clinging desperately to the other in my mind. Trees became my mother’s fingers, holding me, reaching for me. After several more months of cancelled flights and logistical nightmares, Adelchi and I managed to fly home in late February 2021. After 15 days in quarantine, we could finally see my mother and the family. My parent's bed became a place of comfort and dreams, as my son lay with them, held with love and tenderness. I watched, while the stars shone down on me, their glow mapping my journey, and holding me still. @aletheiacasey on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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During the dark Winter months of the 2020 pandemic, I received news that one of my mother's neuroendocrine tumours had become aggressive. I live in London, although my family home is in Australia. Dreams overlapped with memories of my childhood home, as I tried desperately to travel back to my mother and the rest of my family. The bath in my London flat became a space craft in which my six-year-old son, Adelchi, and I imagined flying home, guided by the stars and kept safe by the light of the moon. We searched for a path through the night sky, knowing we were linked to my mother by its womb-like containment. Winged creatures took on new significance as we remained trapped in London, and unable to fly home. The bath changed from a vessel in which to float and dream, to a solid porcelain cage, the hard edges becoming a border which we were not permitted to cross.

As the months trickled slowly by, my longing to be home in Australia grew unbearable. The landscape of my childhood home mixed with memories of my mother, and the two became inseparable: one clinging desperately to the other in my mind. Trees became my mother’s fingers, holding me, reaching for me.

After several more months of cancelled flights and logistical nightmares, Adelchi and I managed to fly home in late February 2021. After 15 days in quarantine, we could finally see my mother and the family. My parent's bed became a place of comfort and dreams, as my son lay with them, held with love and tenderness. I watched, while the stars shone down on me, their glow mapping my journey, and holding me still.
Artwork title

Where does the sky end and space begin?

Artist name Aletheia Casey
Artwork Description:

During the dark Winter months of the 2020 pandemic, I received news that one of my mother's neuroendocrine tumours had become aggressive. I live in London, although my family home is in Australia. Dreams overlapped with memories of my childhood home, as I tried desperately to travel back to my mother and the rest of my family. The bath in my London flat became a space craft in which my six-year-old son, Adelchi, and I imagined flying home, guided by the stars and kept safe by the light of the moon. We searched for a path through the night sky, knowing we were linked to my mother by its womb-like containment. Winged creatures took on new significance as we remained trapped in London, and unable to fly home. The bath changed from a vessel in which to float and dream, to a solid porcelain cage, the hard edges becoming a border which we were not permitted to cross. As the months trickled slowly by, my longing to be home in Australia grew unbearable. The landscape of my childhood home mixed with memories of my mother, and the two became inseparable: one clinging desperately to the other in my mind. Trees became my mother’s fingers, holding me, reaching for me. After several more months of cancelled flights and logistical nightmares, Adelchi and I managed to fly home in late February 2021. After 15 days in quarantine, we could finally see my mother and the family. My parent's bed became a place of comfort and dreams, as my son lay with them, held with love and tenderness. I watched, while the stars shone down on me, their glow mapping my journey, and holding me still. @aletheiacasey on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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During the dark Winter months of the 2020 pandemic, I received news that one of my mother's neuroendocrine tumours had become aggressive. I live in London, although my family home is in Australia. Dreams overlapped with memories of my childhood home, as I tried desperately to travel back to my mother and the rest of my family. The bath in my London flat became a space craft in which my six-year-old son, Adelchi, and I imagined flying home, guided by the stars and kept safe by the light of the moon. We searched for a path through the night sky, knowing we were linked to my mother by its womb-like containment. Winged creatures took on new significance as we remained trapped in London, and unable to fly home. The bath changed from a vessel in which to float and dream, to a solid porcelain cage, the hard edges becoming a border which we were not permitted to cross.

As the months trickled slowly by, my longing to be home in Australia grew unbearable. The landscape of my childhood home mixed with memories of my mother, and the two became inseparable: one clinging desperately to the other in my mind. Trees became my mother’s fingers, holding me, reaching for me.

After several more months of cancelled flights and logistical nightmares, Adelchi and I managed to fly home in late February 2021. After 15 days in quarantine, we could finally see my mother and the family. My parent's bed became a place of comfort and dreams, as my son lay with them, held with love and tenderness. I watched, while the stars shone down on me, their glow mapping my journey, and holding me still.
Artwork title

Where does the sky end and space begin?

Artist name Aletheia Casey
Artwork Description:

During the dark Winter months of the 2020 pandemic, I received news that one of my mother's neuroendocrine tumours had become aggressive. I live in London, although my family home is in Australia. Dreams overlapped with memories of my childhood home, as I tried desperately to travel back to my mother and the rest of my family. The bath in my London flat became a space craft in which my six-year-old son, Adelchi, and I imagined flying home, guided by the stars and kept safe by the light of the moon. We searched for a path through the night sky, knowing we were linked to my mother by its womb-like containment. Winged creatures took on new significance as we remained trapped in London, and unable to fly home. The bath changed from a vessel in which to float and dream, to a solid porcelain cage, the hard edges becoming a border which we were not permitted to cross. As the months trickled slowly by, my longing to be home in Australia grew unbearable. The landscape of my childhood home mixed with memories of my mother, and the two became inseparable: one clinging desperately to the other in my mind. Trees became my mother’s fingers, holding me, reaching for me. After several more months of cancelled flights and logistical nightmares, Adelchi and I managed to fly home in late February 2021. After 15 days in quarantine, we could finally see my mother and the family. My parent's bed became a place of comfort and dreams, as my son lay with them, held with love and tenderness. I watched, while the stars shone down on me, their glow mapping my journey, and holding me still. @aletheiacasey on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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During the dark Winter months of the 2020 pandemic, I received news that one of my mother's neuroendocrine tumours had become aggressive. I live in London, although my family home is in Australia. Dreams overlapped with memories of my childhood home, as I tried desperately to travel back to my mother and the rest of my family. The bath in my London flat became a space craft in which my six-year-old son, Adelchi, and I imagined flying home, guided by the stars and kept safe by the light of the moon. We searched for a path through the night sky, knowing we were linked to my mother by its womb-like containment. Winged creatures took on new significance as we remained trapped in London, and unable to fly home. The bath changed from a vessel in which to float and dream, to a solid porcelain cage, the hard edges becoming a border which we were not permitted to cross.

As the months trickled slowly by, my longing to be home in Australia grew unbearable. The landscape of my childhood home mixed with memories of my mother, and the two became inseparable: one clinging desperately to the other in my mind. Trees became my mother’s fingers, holding me, reaching for me.

After several more months of cancelled flights and logistical nightmares, Adelchi and I managed to fly home in late February 2021. After 15 days in quarantine, we could finally see my mother and the family. My parent's bed became a place of comfort and dreams, as my son lay with them, held with love and tenderness. I watched, while the stars shone down on me, their glow mapping my journey, and holding me still.
Artwork title

Where does the sky end and space begin?

Artist name Aletheia Casey
Artwork Description:

During the dark Winter months of the 2020 pandemic, I received news that one of my mother's neuroendocrine tumours had become aggressive. I live in London, although my family home is in Australia. Dreams overlapped with memories of my childhood home, as I tried desperately to travel back to my mother and the rest of my family. The bath in my London flat became a space craft in which my six-year-old son, Adelchi, and I imagined flying home, guided by the stars and kept safe by the light of the moon. We searched for a path through the night sky, knowing we were linked to my mother by its womb-like containment. Winged creatures took on new significance as we remained trapped in London, and unable to fly home. The bath changed from a vessel in which to float and dream, to a solid porcelain cage, the hard edges becoming a border which we were not permitted to cross. As the months trickled slowly by, my longing to be home in Australia grew unbearable. The landscape of my childhood home mixed with memories of my mother, and the two became inseparable: one clinging desperately to the other in my mind. Trees became my mother’s fingers, holding me, reaching for me. After several more months of cancelled flights and logistical nightmares, Adelchi and I managed to fly home in late February 2021. After 15 days in quarantine, we could finally see my mother and the family. My parent's bed became a place of comfort and dreams, as my son lay with them, held with love and tenderness. I watched, while the stars shone down on me, their glow mapping my journey, and holding me still. @aletheiacasey on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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During the dark Winter months of the 2020 pandemic, I received news that one of my mother's neuroendocrine tumours had become aggressive. I live in London, although my family home is in Australia. Dreams overlapped with memories of my childhood home, as I tried desperately to travel back to my mother and the rest of my family. The bath in my London flat became a space craft in which my six-year-old son, Adelchi, and I imagined flying home, guided by the stars and kept safe by the light of the moon. We searched for a path through the night sky, knowing we were linked to my mother by its womb-like containment. Winged creatures took on new significance as we remained trapped in London, and unable to fly home. The bath changed from a vessel in which to float and dream, to a solid porcelain cage, the hard edges becoming a border which we were not permitted to cross.

As the months trickled slowly by, my longing to be home in Australia grew unbearable. The landscape of my childhood home mixed with memories of my mother, and the two became inseparable: one clinging desperately to the other in my mind. Trees became my mother’s fingers, holding me, reaching for me.

After several more months of cancelled flights and logistical nightmares, Adelchi and I managed to fly home in late February 2021. After 15 days in quarantine, we could finally see my mother and the family. My parent's bed became a place of comfort and dreams, as my son lay with them, held with love and tenderness. I watched, while the stars shone down on me, their glow mapping my journey, and holding me still.
Artwork title

Father and son

Artist name Monorom Polok
Artwork Description:

Photojournalist Shafiqul Islam Kajol is seen behind bars of Jessore Central Jail, Bangladesh, while his son's (photographer himself) hand is resting on the window frame, 3rd May 2020. @whereiskajol on Instagram @monorompolok on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Journalist Kajol went missing on March 10. After a 53-day disappearance, he turned up in police custody on May 3 after the BGB arrested him on trespassing charges. On March 9, Awami League lawmaker from the Magura 1 constituency Saifuzzaman Shikhor filed a case against Kajol and 31 others, including Daily Manab Zamin Editor Matiur Rahman Chowdhury, on charges of publishing a report with false information regarding expelled Jubo Mohila League leader Shamima Noor Papia — who had been arrested back in February on charges of smuggling counterfeit notes and sentenced to jail in October in an arms case — and circulating it on social media. He was later shown arrested under three Digital Security Act cases. Photojournalist Kajol finally walked out of jail after 237 days
Artwork title

A year of Isolation

Artist name Niamh McParland
Artwork Description:

This image depicts the day I was able to reunite with my Grandma after a year of isolation due to the pandemic. When coronavirus cases started rising within the UK in March 2020, my families dominant concern was my Grandma and her safety, suffering with COPD she was categorised as 'high risked' and told to isolate at home, not even being able to do her own shopping or go for a walk. As the year progressed not only did we collectively worry about my grandma contracting the virus, but the physical and mental toll of her isolating alone was also a concern. The moment I was finally able to see her was so special for the both of us, even though we remained physically distanced we still connected through tea, conversation and the taking of this image. @niamh.mcparland on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Portrait of an elderly woman outside her house.
Artwork title

Vanilla

Artist name Ruaridh Fraser
Artwork Description:

The domestic Goddess Vanilla in our eighties kitchen at home. He is just starting out. Wearing cheap wigs and clothes given to him by girly pals. This portrait shows him in his best light, confident and powerful. He is stronger than I will ever be. @ruaridhfraserphotography on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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This image shows my brother in our kitchen at our mum and dads. The kitchen is eighties style, brown wooden panelling with flashes of budding daffodil wallpaper. He is in full drag. Make-up and a long wig with exposed torso. He looks confident in his stance.
Artwork title

Human

Artist name Ross Mead
Artwork Description:

The human existence can be one of many avenues. @ross.mead.photography on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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This image shows us what a mere shred of humanity can be caught on camera in a most creative way.
Artwork title

Before i forget

Artist name Naman Clat
Artwork Description:

My grandfather, who was 88 at the time, began acting strangely in the winter of 2016. That was while I was in tenth grade I remembered. He began to forget our names, was unable to recognize us at times, was unable to pronounce sentences well, and became quickly enraged and disturbed, which was very strange at first. After receiving the test results, the doctor informed my father that he is suffering from Alzheimer's disease with some stroke in the brain, there has no solution due to his advanced age. After a few days, his condition began to deteriorate, and no one had come to our house since he believes that anyone who comes to our house is there to steal. Someone must always be present in the house to look after him. He began to talk to himself in the middle of the night and began to believe that we were strangers to him. My grandfather's health is failing, and the family's condition is becoming increasingly precarious. He occasionally throws tea at us, believing it to be poison, due to mental illusion. He always comes into my room late at night and sleeps like a baby. We have grown quite close to him as a result of his illnesses. My father is constantly trying to divert his attention away from his deluded thoughts I can feel the isolation and loneliness with the progression of the disease. With the growth of the condition, I can feel the solitude and loneliness. His love and devotion for me, as well as his encouragement to pursue a career in athletics, were remembered. The 21 years I spent with him was special in every aspect, and I will never forget them. Even though because of Alzheimer he may not able recognize us but he never stop loving us the way he used to do it Before I Forget is a memoir of my relationship with my grandfather and family. I'm attempting to remember him by photographing him like a grandchild rather than a photographer. Trying to connect with honesty while dealing with a slew of unresolved questions. ? on Instagram Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

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Before i forget
Artwork title

Sky King

Artist name Space Kid Spliff
Artwork Description:

a video paying homage to Richard Russel (Sky King) a man who took his own life after successfully stealing a commercial airplane and doing a barrel roll with it. @Spacekidspliff on Instagram @spacekidsplifff on Twitter Find out more about the NFT sale ART3.io

Cellphone footage of Richard Russels' infamous barrel roll with cut scenes from the Star Fox Video Game, and overlays made inside of After Effects.

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