Yann Faucher is a London-based photographer. After obtaining a degree in the sciences, he left his native France in 2009.
‘I use my body as a material, in an attempt to make it impersonal for the viewer. It’s easy to be your own subject/model, but my primary aim is not narcissism.’
‘There are glimmers of the reality beyond, the promise of redemption even in the darkest places.’ Adam Foulds introduces the photography of Ian Willms.
‘I imagined his journey out of the coma as an increasingly painful ascent through dark water.’ Translated from the Danish by Caroline Waight.
‘It’s a shadow-world: strangely familiar, all the same.’ Daisy Hildyard introduces Mattieu Gafsou’s photoessay on transhumanism.
‘Just look at those nasty trees flaunt / their leaves, each one a tra-la-la.’
‘The pigeon and I have a very warm and comfortable relationship.’ 2016 Commonwealth Short Story Prize – regional winner for Africa.
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