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In this issue artist and photographer Sasha Kurmaz bluntly captures images of random
fragments of his quotidian surroundings in (pre-invasion) Ukraine that provoke a piercing discomfort seen from a present lens.
The term ‘freedom’ has become a slippery terrain reflected in vertiginous waters. It is a notion that rides on the waves of continual social and political changes in Europe, constantly shown in a different light. As editors, we wanted to approach freedom and its limitations suspended between biological, technological, and social perspectives into a mode of migratory existence – moved away from self and individualism, seen in co-dependency with the world around us.
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