[NSFW/Film] ‘2020: The Time Capsule’, Short Documentary by MICHAEL DONOVAN

Michael Donovan is an image-maker toeing the line between art and commerce. His iconic images cut through the noise via their graphic nature. Donovan’s primary modalities are photography, video, and illustration. Operating in the contentious boundary between fashion and art photography, Donovan´s work often challenges the notion of images à la […]

‘DARK,’ Netflix’s Most Confusing Show Makes You Dissolve in a Gripping Atmosphere

This series tells the story of the mystery of the disappearance of children in a fictional city called Winden. Season 3 was released this year as its final season and had a successfully received appreciation from many people because the story is considered mindblowing and invites many question marks in each episode. Beginning with the […]

Xρεr1MΣΠTΛL CORNER: Editors’ Picks

ExperiMental Corner is the place where our mind gets tested; as if we’re placed in a corner, alone with our thoughts in a cerebral intimacy. It is about overcoming barriers through forms of experimental, unusual art and trying to stretch the boundaries of understanding. Just place your brain in this […]

Life in a box – a short film on loneliness during lockdown by Alexandra Butuceanu.

Alexandra Butuceanu is a London-based photographer and conceptual artist whose artworks gravitate between ideas like subconsciousness and feelings. Her main cluster of thoughts – poetically called Dust (as in the biblical dust to dust or the esoterical fata morgana), is what other people would consider project. Alexandra thinks that “portal” […]

Alexandrina Releases Amazing Music Video for ‘Kuda la (Куда Я)’

Alexandrina is the singer that doesn’t need too much introduction. Being active since 2009, the project has a rich resume of entertaining songs which already become a ‘must-to-listen’ for all pop acoustic, contemporary rock, alternative or jazz fans. She is back stronger than ever with her new music video for […]

Explore the Visual Storytelling of Andrei Purcarea

Visual poetry is not only for your listening pleasure, but also for your viewing pleasure. It urges you to think about what the author may want to take away from that, or to make you understand better his poems through a dreamy, visual journey. Andrei Purcarea‘s poems are concise, each […]

‘Youth’, a short story about boundaries, directed by Farida Zahran

Farida Zahran is an Egyptian writer/director and a thesis student pursuing her MFA in Film at NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Her short film, Youth, premiered at SXSW 2019 and received an Oscar-qualifying award at Palm Springs International ShortFest. She is a member of the 2019 New York Film Festival […]