issue no. 1   H U M A N 

 


F O R E W A R D                                   

ISSUE NO. 1 Editor's note regarding this first issue.

 

I N T E R V I E W S

ANN MARIE AMICK - We spoke to New York based photographer and painter about the human form, intimacy and 'No Apologies'.

BRAD LEACH - We gain a look in to the confectionary coloured world of photographer Brad Leach.

HIPSTER TRASH - We spoke to Aoibheann Flanagan Gill and Sinead Pokall who make up the musical duo 'Hipster Trash'.

LYDIA SASKIA  - We interviewed the illustrator and learned about the process and influences of her blunt, chaotic and personal work. 

EDWARD ZORAB - We spoke to film maker Edward Zorab on his inspirations and discuss his new film 'Junk Mail'.

MAIJA SOFIA- We spoke to the talented musician about her powerful, otherworldly music.


F E A T U R E S

CHLOE AUSTIN - A selection of works by this engaging artist that explores women and modern society. 

ROSA JONES - We witness a beautiful and intimate insight in Rosa Jones prose and photography piece  'A Day In Summer', 

NICOLETTA - This beautiful photographic series entitled 'mutation crooks' examines the fragility and intimacy of one's body.

SHOW US WHAT MAKES YOU HUMAN - We interviewed individuals with this issue's theme in mind on what it means to be human. 

MIA BRADLEY EVANSWe met with the amazing dancer, Mia Bradley Evans to document her movement and she shared her thoughts and experiences on dedication, movement and seeking opportunity.

LAUREN CONWAYA selection of works from this talented artist.

 EMILY LOHAN We sneak a peek into the vast documented work of artist Emily Lohan's sketchbooks and talk about the process behind them.


P O E T R Y +  P R O S E

ROISIN BRANIGAN - Left By You, It's Not

OISIN DONNELLAN - Telling Told Me SomethingThe Smile, Matryoshka

DANA HALLIDAY - Where Are You My Friend?

LAUREN NEVILLE HENNESSY - Cooling/Warmth, Tea

JORDAN LYDON - i am mourning something that isn't dead, self portrait (in the mirror), overdosing was not enlightening

DANIEL MULCAHY - This Is Not The Poem You Wanted, I Look Up To Find