issue 33 |JUNE| 

Jane Foley (b*1985, New Orleans) is a sculptor, performer, and sound artist living in Atlanta, Georgia (US). Her sound works explore isolation versus connectivity in public spaces, beginning with subtle repeated experiments in deep listening and reciprocity. Jane Foley has created sound sculptures for the Architecture Triennale in Lisbon, Portugal and La Friche Belle de Mai in Marseille, France with Zurich-based Sound Development City, as well as produced a sound composition that played in taxicabs throughout the 5th Marrakech Biennale in Morrocco. Following a residency at Atelierhaus Salzamt in Linz, Austria, she has been composing from field recordings, inviting immersion and musicality from transitional sounds in built spaces. In Atlanta, she has created public works for Flux Projects, the High Museum, the Atlanta Beltline, WonderRoot, and the Goat Farm, among others. Jane Foley currently teaches sculpture at Georgia State University while attending graduate school at School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Jane Foley (b*1985, New Orleans) is a sculptor, performer, and sound artist living in Atlanta, Georgia (US). Her sound works explore isolation versus connectivity in public spaces, beginning with subtle repeated experiments in deep listening and reciprocity. Jane Foley has created sound sculptures for the Architecture Triennale in Lisbon, Portugal and La Friche Belle de Mai in Marseille, France with Zurich-based Sound Development City, as well as produced a sound composition that played in taxicabs throughout the 5th Marrakech Biennale in Morrocco. Following a residency at Atelierhaus Salzamt in Linz, Austria, she has been composing from field recordings, inviting immersion and musicality from transitional sounds in built spaces. In Atlanta, she has created public works for Flux Projects, the High Museum, the Atlanta Beltline, WonderRoot, and the Goat Farm, among others. Jane Foley currently teaches sculpture at Georgia State University while attending graduate school at School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Jacklin Ariel Smalls is an artist from Atlanta, Georgia with a BFA in drawing, painting and printmaking from Georgia State University. She creates art through introspective processes in order to quiet the mind using meditative mark making. Jacklin creates these images by using wine, ink and watercolor on watercolor paper. She draws inspiration from the wabi-sabi aesthetic of finding beauty in imperfection, as well as ephemeral moments in art making. Jacklin is interested in transcendental meditation and the collective consciousness. She draws inspiration from the works of David Lynch, Yayoi Kusama, Bjork and Basquiat to name a few.     IG: @nilkcaj

Jacklin Ariel Smalls is an artist from Atlanta, Georgia with a BFA in drawing, painting and printmaking from Georgia State University. She creates art through introspective processes in order to quiet the mind using meditative mark making. Jacklin creates these images by using wine, ink and watercolor on watercolor paper. She draws inspiration from the wabi-sabi aesthetic of finding beauty in imperfection, as well as ephemeral moments in art making. Jacklin is interested in transcendental meditation and the collective consciousness. She draws inspiration from the works of David Lynch, Yayoi Kusama, Bjork and Basquiat to name a few.

IG: @nilkcaj

 
Kokuga  is a Lisbon based flower studio created by Nathan Kunigami.  Half Brazilian and half Japanese, Nathan first started creating flower arrangements after studying Ikebana, the ancient Japanese art of arranging flowers, with a local artist in Tokyo, in 2017.  In 2018, he decided to quit his job in marketing to fully dedicate himself to his passion. During a 3-month sabbatical in San Francisco, Nathan had the opportunity to collaborate with two local flower studios before moving to Lisbon, where he currently lives.  Kokuga is Nathan's homage to his Japanese background since this is his original family name.  IG:  Flowers by @kokuga_  Sculptures by @bruna.pegurier  Pics by @priscila.jammal

Kokuga is a Lisbon based flower studio created by Nathan Kunigami.

Half Brazilian and half Japanese, Nathan first started creating flower arrangements after studying Ikebana, the ancient Japanese art of arranging flowers, with a local artist in Tokyo, in 2017.

In 2018, he decided to quit his job in marketing to fully dedicate himself to his passion. During a 3-month sabbatical in San Francisco, Nathan had the opportunity to collaborate with two local flower studios before moving to Lisbon, where he currently lives.

Kokuga is Nathan's homage to his Japanese background since this is his original family name.

IG:

Flowers by @kokuga_

Sculptures by @bruna.pegurier

Pics by @priscila.jammal