Interview / Dusty Goldstein

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Interview with the french singer and producer, Dusty Goldstein.
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Hey Xavier, who are you and what kind of music do you create?

Hi, I’m a french singer and I’m in kind of melancholic, electronic, folk music.

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Interview / Matthew Jessie

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Interview with Matthew Jessie, photographer based in Johnson City, Tennessee.

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Interview / Jason Fiske

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Interview with the american photographer, Jason Fiske.

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Interview / Denis Cherim

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Interview with the photographer Denis Cherim about his series Solo Para Locos.

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Interview / Matt Lee

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Interview with the english artist, Matt Lee. You may have already saw his great Indian Matchboxes collection project.
(He collected over 700 matchboxes across India!) But today we are talking about his paper landscapes series, ‘Death Landscapes‘.

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Interview / Andy N Smith

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Interview with the Canadian photographer, Andy N Smith.

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Special Interview / Lenparrot

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Interview with the french pianist and singer Romain Lallement aka Lenparrot. [french version at the end of the article]
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Can you introduce yourself?

My name is Romain Lallement, I’m 27, I’m author, composer and performer.
My solo project is called Lenparrot. Amongst my other projects, I have been keyboardist for three and a half years and for Raphael D’Hervez and his solo project, ‘Pégase’. I’m also the singer of ‘Rhum for Pauline’, the band with which I started 9 years ago.

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Btihal Remli / The Prayer

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The 28 years old Moroccan photographer, Btihal Remli (currently based in Cologne, Germany) about her series “The Prayer

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Behind the Image / Matthew Dunne

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Tell us more about this image and your series “It’s Spring and I’m Alone” ?
One a weekday morning I was waiting for the train to go to work. I decided to walk to the other end of the station and came upon this random cake, barely touched and completely left alone from the night before. There was a beautiful light from sun rise, so I took the picture, as I felt there was something lonely and discarded about a Happy Birthday cake.

A few months later I uploaded the picture to social media, and a good friend called me. She told me that the cake had been given to her by a patient at the pharmacy that she works at. This patient had a bit of a crush on her and this gift was a bit too much, she didn’t want it. She left it at her work place and when she returned from her lunch break it had gone. Until I took a photo of it.

More generally, my series is about the feeling of abandonment and isolation – how they form and consume and give way. On my girlfriend’s birthday she flew away from Australia and I was upset, pissed off and forced to be alone. At the same time Spring was starting and colours were becoming beautiful and people were happy and alive. So in many ways those things made me feel worse – that the world was waking up and joyful, but that I felt like a funeral.

Towards the end of the series the images are more happy and playful, as my period of isolation was ending – after 5 months I left to join my girlfriend overseas.

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Matthew Dunne - 26, live in Cambridge, England now, but until last month Melbourne, Australia was his home.

Interview / Nick Williams

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Interview with Australian photographer, Nick Williams.
27 years old – based in Sydney – equipment : Pentax 6×7 (Portra 400)

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