Matthieu Croizier (1994, he/him) is an artist and freelance photographer based in Lausanne, Switzerland. He graduated from the Photography School of Vevey (CEPV) in 2017 and from the Bachelor Photography at ECAL in 2020.
Emiliano Zúñiga Hernández (b.1990) is a Costa Rican photographer with some background in Anthropology, Certified of the Climate Compliance Conference program by Richmond Vale Academy, Saint Vincent & The Grenadines.
Simone Pampurini is an italian photographer who lives in a small hilltop village in the middle of the Po Valley.
Born in 1996 in Perm (Urals), Russia. She graduated from Perm State University in Philosophy and from the St. Petersburg Academy of Art and Documentary Photography «Fotografika» in 2022.
Freya Najade is a photographer living and working in London and Hamburg. Freya is especially interested in the commonplace.
Ludwigshafen/Rhein, Germany, 1993. Due to his family's migration history, Kalaschnikow’s work mainly deals with diaspora, belonging, and identity.
Sensitive to death and the caducity of reality; curious and attracted to the unknown, Riccardo Androni is interested in the fragile and mysterious human nature. Photography, video and performance have proven to be a privileged means by which to detect patterns of intrinsic meaning to reality. Lately, he has been exploring the technique of representation through an interdisciplinary approach. Born in Bergamo, he studied photography at LABA in Florence and attended a first level master’s degree in MOVIES – Moving Images Arts at IUAV, in Venice. He is currently enrolled in Scuola Cònia, directed by Claudia Castellucci and artist-in-residence at
He was born and has lived since 1983 in Monteodorisio, a small village in central Italy. His photography always comes from an inner impulse that is activated by seeing the extraordinary in the ordinary. It adopts, on a photographic level, the definition that the poet Alfred Edward Housman gave about poetry “I don’t know what poetry is but I recognize it when I hear it”. Even he can’t give an answer to what photography is, however, he knows that when he feels the urge to photograph he has to extract whatever photographic medium he has at his disposal and take
Born in 1994, Frédéric Rennes is an Italian photographer. The approach to his craft is quite experimental, finding inspiration mainly in quantum physics, philosophy and poetry. His research fluctuates between transience and eternity, a representative vision of landscape as a place of dialectic, and surrealism as a way to go beyond the limits of the medium itself. Exhibited in Liquida Photofestival, part of Der Greif’s Guest Room hosted by Diandra Donecker and Marius Glauer and included Fisheye Magazine n°57: “Frisson. Interviewed by Corriere della Sera in November 2022.
Aline Deschamps, born in 1991, is a French – Thai photographer. She graduated from a Master of International Relations (La Sorbonne- Paris1) and in Digital Media Arts (EPSAA). Her work is often linked to geopolitical and identity issues such as exile, migration, and cultural heritage. Aline seeks to visually translate social testimonies, and to challenge the dominant representation of her subjects. More recently, her long term project, ‘I Am Not Your Animal,’ depicts migrant domestic workers in Lebanon through intimate and dignified portraits of these women. Aline’s work has been published in the British Journal of Photography, It’s nice that,