“A good watercolour should be transparent, subtle and with confident strokes. Watercolours have a spiritual, ethereal aspect to them and I almost feel I am meditating when painting with this medium.” In our Gallery this time, immerse yourself in a magnificent selection of works by Zürich based artist, writer and teacher Brindarica Bose.
Russell Dean has been a writer, director, designer/maker, performer, project manager and facilitator on nine productions and hundreds of workshops for Strangeface since 2001. Take a look at a gallery of his works, along with some shots of Russell in action.
“Deep inside, I envy these animals and their freedom. They can go anywhere; they’re not bound to anything.” Take a look at the gallery of images by our featured artist, Reto Fürst: a nature lover and wildlife photographer based in Switzerland.
Trevor Guthrie is this issue’s featured artist. Take a look at a selection of his charcoal works.
“We would all benefit from a clean sustainable environment; however, we can only achieve this by individuals acting in a positive, selfless way.” Zürich based visual artist and activist Vaughan James is featured in our summer gallery.
Be transported by the colour and movement of Zürich based photographer and documentary maker Ana Amigo, our featured artist in this Raw issue.
Photographer Undine Groeger is our featured visual artist. She shares with us images from her Travelling Exhibition: Within My Walls and Beyond.
Take a stroll through the annals of Switzerland’s history: a selection of Adolf Feller’s postcards from the 54,000-strong collection that is now housed in the ETH online archive.
Alena Sevastsyanava, a Zürich-based graphic designer and illustrator, graces our featured Gallery with the art of watercolour.
We take a closer look at some of the seeds and micro worlds of filmmaker Lucia Helenka’s STEM film project.
From crappy to happy: inspect some of the miniature gardens created by Steve Wheen, the Pothole Gardener.
Murielle Doré is our featured artist: calligrapher, knitter, teacher of the art.
We are honoured to showcase a selection of visual artist Paul Neale’s rich, cross-media works in our summer edition Gallery.
Australian visual artist Craig Kirkwood shares a selection of images from his homage to the Welsh town of Aberystwyth, in this issue’s Gallery.
We take a meander through Australian artist Kaye Llewelyn’s colourful children’s picture book, Pocket Money, in this issue’s Gallery.
Take yourself away and into the colourful chaos of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in Gallery I
And experience the many nuances and moods of that great body of water in the Zürisee—in (gasp!) Gallery II.
A colourful mix of fact and fiction, from Swiss urban and rural Alternate Reality Games, feature film stills, and Polder artwork in this issue’s Gallery;
Martina Bisaz is a Zürich-based scientific illustrator and Instagrammer known for her collaborations, landscapes and her little Fiat car.
Antonio Scarponi, founder of Conceptual Devices, is an Italian architect and designer currently based in Zürich.
Sandra Ondraschek-Norris is a visual artist known for her landscape paintings, at once both confining and infinite; a source of melancholy and possibility. Libby O’Loghlin asks her about success, and about working with a visual medium—outside the realm of words.
“First is obsession, second is photography being just a tool.” Photographer Olga Bushkova is our featured Gallery artist this season, and she talks about how photography took over from her former career in science and programming, and on looking for the normal.
Liz Eve is an award-winning, Berlin-based photographer and writer with a passion for documenting architecture, construction and sustainable design. “My main topic for personal work was the ‘non places’ within the city, areas that groups such as collectives of artists, skateboarders, street runners, organisers of parties and raves, musicians and graffiti writers used to create different experiences. These in-between spaces, whether temporally or spatially defined, act as a magnet for those operating outside of social norms and rules.”
Australia’s Bernie Slater is a visual artist with a keen interest in the power of multiples, and the notion of printmaking as a democratic and accessible medium with the power to engender social change.
Images that were used in The Woolf’s Autumn 2013 ISSUU issue: Crossings.
Urban narratives and creative concepts. Stefano Massa, architect, designer, producer and curator of content.
A selection of images that were used in our 2013 ‘Crysalis’ ISSUU issue.
A selection of images that were used in our 2012 ‘Winter’ issue on the ISSUU platform.
Monica Tarocco is a Zürich-based photographer, whose series centres on the theme of ‘Time’.