What goes on in an artist’s studio? How does a new project take shape? And how might photography be used to reflect on the burning issues of our time? With a heightened focus on the lives behind the lens, Unseen Magazine opens a window into the heart of the creative process.
In Issue 6, Pixy Liao unveils the ins and outs of an experimental relationship with her muse, Lewis Bush showcases a range of visual responses to rapid urban change, Liz Sales pokes fun at the hazy language of artist statements, whilst Zoë Corbyn and Ezio D’Agostino offer studies on the looming prospect of asteroid mining from their own distinct perspectives.