Ema Peter, a Vancouver-based photographer, captures some of the most beautiful works of architecture in Canada and around the world.
From behind the lens, Cernau frames the prosaic, capturing life in beauty and light by focusing her eye on the real-life moments one tends to overlook.
The festival forms a visual narrative surrounding cultural, social, and contemporary political events through carefully curated lens-based installations.
“My inspiration or my way of creating comes from a merger, both Africa and Europe,” Emaga says.
It is an emotional landscape that presents a vision of our own turmoil, but also the effects of light, of walking in the world and observing.
In our imagination, strangers can become anything and everything; they are perfect by virtue of their unknowability.
Featuring photographs taken while in isolation during the early days of the pandemic in Grey County, Ontario, Natural Order presents immensely detailed scenes of a thawing Canadian forest.
Not being able to figure something out immediately may be a very good thing indeed.
“Throughout the world, you will find myth and folklore related to the water. This is nothing other than a testimony to humanity’s respect for their source material. We are all mostly water, after all.”