Combined duality is a beautiful thing: that magic place where light meets dark and everything makes sense. That’s what you get with the uplifting and reflective sounds of Komatic, who are making an impression on the Drum & Bass scene.
Leanne Ellis’s work washes over me with warm waves of reflection. As if frozen in time, her strange girls peer out at you from somewhere else. Beautifully painted and drawn with an amazing portrayal of emotion and exquisite attention to detail, these works will have you under her spell.
Hypnotizing, sensitive, melodic and banging: it all has me addicted to the tunes of Fred V. There is emotion to be heard and felt in his music, which has the ability to also relax your mind into a state of kinetic trance whilst teasing you with promise of new discoveries. Really!
Beautifully macabre, Florence Blood’s work invites you into a world of strange and theatrical historical figures, some real, some imagined. When I first saw her most recent collection of work, inspired by the Commedia Del Arte (a very early form of Italian theatre), I was flawed by the original take on the theme. Stunning colour and a darkness lit with imagination.
Intrigued by each others differences and re-assured by our similarities. This original footage of a tribe in Papua New Guinea meeting white men for the first time is a truly fascinating and powerful watch.