ALICE CONNEW is a photographer whose work transpires from a seemingly unconscious stream of intangible visual connections which occur throughout quotidian life. These links often show themselves at a later—and usually unexpected—time.
She believes the photobook is an art form.
Alice lives and works in Berlin, Germany.
KATIE KERR is a designer who is interested in graphic design as an artistic endeavour. Her research-led practice revolves around the creation of experimental paperback books which sit somewhere between the romantic and the rational. Her thematic concerns lie in understanding the interdependence between artist and environment.
In opposition to the ‘print is dead’ argument, she believes that books take on an important role in the post-digital context—the physical object creates methods of distribution that disrupts the digital echo-chamber, where analytics are lessening our chances of discovering something unexpected.
Katie lives and works in Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand.