Folio: Untitled by Alexander Binder

Stuttgart-based Alexander Binder was born in Germany’s Black Forest area. A self-taught photographer without a formal art education, Alexander stares at creation through vintage lenses, prisms and optical toys; he invites the viewer on a psychedelic trip in a universe full of contrasts: dense black and white, life and death, beauty and ugliness all collide….

Folio: Sabine Woudenberg

Sabine Woudenberg is a 21-year-old Dutch contemporary photographer. Sabine’s images tend to depict stories or a specific atmosphere through (self)portraiture, surrealism and conceptual images. “At around 12 years old, I picked up my first camera, initially only as a way to capture fun times and the world around me. It took a couple of years…

Folio: Alice Zilberberg

Alice Zilberberg is a photographer and digital artist born in Estonia, raised in Israel and currently residing in Toronto, Canada. A graduate of Ryerson University’s photography program, she began her artistic practice by painting; a verve which remains very much present in her digital works. For over a decade, Alice developed her own distinctive technique…

Folio: Memory is our past and future by Melissa Stewart

Melissa Stewart is an Australian photographer who created this folio as part of a surrealism exercise while studying at Photography Studies College in Melbourne. The series was created as a visual reminder of a home that once existed in Melissa’s life. “Spanish-born Surrealist and filmmaker, Luis Bunuel, wrote: “Our memory is our coherence, our reason,…

Emerging: Sarah Walker

I was browsing some self-published folios and zines at the recent Melbourne Art Book Fair and one folio really caught my eye – it was called ‘In the Way Things are Seen’ by Melbourne photographer Sarah Walker. I commented to the assistant looking after the booth that I really liked it, to which she replied…