PAK! Pak! is an onomatopoeia which imitates the sound of impact.
Some will mark the city, some will get drunk, some will find love.
A new riso-printed zine by Calin Kruse. Night photos of the underwood.
You cannot delay time, let alone stop it – really?
At the Punjab Institute of Mental Health in Lahore, Pakistan, songs of devotion and religious lamentation ring out through the facility’s 1400 beds.
Nine small experiments.
"Multiverse" is an ongoing project, a collection of details of my life that I isolate to create a moment.
In the analog photo series “Prelude”, I explore how it is – and how it was – to be a child.
Whether they are strangers I accidentally meet in a foreign country or they are close friends - sometimes I can not leave without taking their portrait.
I look and I breathe in. Your body is alive. Your body is a worm. You slither down and coil around my gaze.
Paddock is an audiovisual project that revolves around memory, remembrance and the ephemeral […] with a certain halo of mystery and restlessness.
TIER ('Animal') deals with the animalic side of humans, and with the human side of animals.
In Maori the title roughly translates as ‘taking shape’.
Summer, 2015. A Latvian village lost in the middle of endless forests of birches.