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Luke Harby | Schläfli symbol

Schläfli symbol

In geometry, the Schläfli symbol is a notation of the form {p,q,r,…} that defines regular polytopes and tessellations.

The Schläfli symbol is named after the 19th-century Swiss mathematician Ludwig Schläfli, who generalized Euclidean geometry to more than three dimensions and discovered all their convex regular polytopes (including the six that occur in four dimensions).

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Guillaume Greff | Dead cities

The neutralized city

“Neutralize” is a word regularly used to describe the action of armed forces overcoming their adversary in a conflict. Yet this action – whether in an actual war or in the context of some form of repression – can occur anywhere: its very principle involves a polymorphous and changing theatre of operations, unlimited both de jure and de facto. However, the idea emerged that this theatre had recurring forms and that there therefore must be a kind of ideal scene of neutralization and of the exercise of force.

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Camille Picquot | Domestic flight

Zoom in. The camera rests low on the back of a man who is holding a cigarette in his hand. What do we know about this scene? The man seems decently dressed, with his striped shirt neatly tucked into his marine trousers. His leather watch and golden wedding ring suggest a traditional domestic life.

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Marta Zgierska | Post

In 2013, I survived a serious car accident. I was close to death, and reality – one that I had been adapting to with difficulty – slipped through my fingers. This misfortune brought about another: surgeries, months of physical limitations, a breakup, and the return and aggravation of anxiety neurosis.

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Luca Prestia | Disappeared

For centuries – and until not long ago – the Alps represented an ‘unknown land’ for man, a true literary myth, full of references and suggestions linked to the most diverse legends, which in many cases, were frightening and however the result of fantasies that occur almost identically in folk tales of not even geographically contiguous places.

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Daniel Gordon | Still lifes, portraits and parts

Gordon’s interest in terms of subject matter lies in a series of binaries that frequently coexist in his photographs: fecundity and decay, masculine and feminine, wholeness and fracture, artist and muse. These dualities are underscored through the process itself: gobs of glue are left visible, torn edges are left raw, forms fuse and separate before our eyes, teetering between completion and dissolution.

Theo Acworth | Austrian Antics

This is a bit hard to describe without sounding like a complete fool, but perhaps being a fool isn’t so bad. While I was at university I was living in English suburbia and I was surrounded by some pretty good hedges. I thought it would be quite funny to ride my bike into them and somehow take photographs of it.

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Sylviain Biard | Les dominants

Notre quotidien est envahi par les structures de l’artifice humain. Pour s’en échapper nous formons dans nos espaces publiques de petites sphères intimes dont nous devenons les gardiens et qui nous semblent protectrices. C’est ainsi que nous constituons de nouveaux mondes artificiels servant à alourdir un peu plus notre structure commune.

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Anne-Sophie Guillet | Komorebi

Komorebi signifie la lumière filtrant à travers les feuilles et les arbres.
Les images présentées sont une sélection de la série Komorebi, série entamée par l’artiste durant sa période de résidence au Japon (Studio Kura) en août et septembre 2016 et poursuivit en août 2017.

Christine Smilovici | Roman familial

Mon oeuvre se définit globalement comme une exploration de processus psychiques, notamment liés à des « traumas » ou attachés à l’histoire familiale . Elle s’exprime par une palette large, faite de multiples : elle convoque la photographie souvent mais aussi le dessin, l’écriture, le collage, la couture

Jean-François Flamey | Untold stories

I start from the premise that if my eyes are not troubled, eyes of the beholder cannot be troubled. To do this, darkness, fog and night plunge me into favourable contexts in relation to my desire to create images. These few pictures from the series «Untold Stories» show what I am looking. They were taken between 2013 and 2015.

Eva Donckers | The Shelter

At night you can see hundreds of stars at the ceiling and during the day a sunny landscape must be viewed.

This shelter was built in the seventies as a protective response to nuclear warfare. At the moment the building is on hold to be incorporated into the policy to receive tourists. The whole house is built under the ground, including as much natural elements as possible.

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