Surface

London artist Grégoire A. Meyer freezes moments in time and adds a touch of humanity to them in this series of digitally manipulated images. Using a convincing array of textures Meyer pieces together contemplative pieces which often evoke feelings of isolation or loneliness trapped within a fleeting moment. A face is clearly visible in a splash of water, caught midair.

Simulated Tortures

photo Installation by Ewa Doroszenko

”Even the most repressed woman has a secret life, with secret thoughts and secret feelings which are lush and wild, that is, natural. Even the most captured woman guards the place of the wildish self, for she knows intuitively that someday there will be a loophole, an aperture, a chance, and she will hightail it to escape.” Clarissa Pinkola Estés “Women Who Run with the Wolves”