Vivid Ruminations

For Belgium-based American artist Matthew J. Frock, balance provides the central theme of his meditative, colour-laden paintings.

Variegated Designs

Based in the USA, Xiaojie Liu is a Chinese illustrator whose work addresses changing emotions towards living in an ethnic autonomous prefecture in China.

Bauhaus Celebrations

Zurich-based Nicolas Vionnet’s sculptural works play with perspective and space – referencing everyday processes and materials.

Kinetic Reflections

Fascinated by the distortions occurring in the movement of water, Peter Goodhall is challenged to capture fleeting moments in oil on canvas.

Alternative Paths

We catch up with Sydney-based collage artist Harriet Moutsopoulos (aka Lexicon Love), who tells us about the new approach to her art practice.

Emotional Combinations

Through his paintings, Vienna-based David Hinterkörner searches for the ideal combination of structure, colour and emotion.

Questioning Conventions

The pillars of London-based Natalia Nosova’s art practice include the incorporation of gestures and an expression of women’s roles in the world.

Endless Points

Xiaowei Chen works in the USA and China. We discuss her solo exhibition Endless Pointsat AroundSpace Gallery in Shanghai until 30 December.

Vivid Expressions

Patricia Abramovich’s paintings, textile design and wearable art are inspired by the merging of colour and the rhythms of a meditative process of painting.

Video Profile: Donghwan Ko

Donghwan Ko lives and works between London and Seoul, exploring notions of home and the spaces inbetween.

Video Profile: Changyeon Lee

New York-based Changyeon Lee’s practice specialises in kinetic sculpture through the use of mechanical components and natural objects.

Video profile: Denholm Berry

Milan-based British artist Denholm Berry approaches portraiture with an innovative and unconventional methodology.

Disruptive Collections

We speak with Sydney-based Harriet Moutsopoulos, a collage artist working under the name Lexicon Love; she seeks out the unexpected connections between humour and tragedy.

Contemporary Manipulations

American artist Matthew Adam Ross, based in Los Angeles and New York, considers his practice to be a line of enquiry. We speak with him to find out more.

Poetic Techniques

Meng Zhou’s artistic projects draw on analogies of Chinese cultural history and myth. We speak with him to find out more about his past and current work.

Rural Reinterpretations

We speak with the UK-based multidisciplinary artist Harry Bunce about the British countryside, his latest work and looking forward to the rest of 2018.

Experimental Methodologies

Jane Gottlieb’s latest solo show is at the Art, Design & Architecture Museum at the University of California, Santa Barbara, until 29 April. We speak with her about the exhibition.

Ethereal Inspirations

Swedish artist Marie Åkerlund’s subtle works revolve around the fragile, ethereal and essential notion of inspiration. We speak with her to find out more.

Video Profile: Sweet Clarity Glass Art Studio, Melbourne

Structurally complex and intricately designed, these unique pieces call upon environmental consideration. Through the inspiration of natural forms, glass is transformed as a material through which to re-enliven Art Nouveau.

Considered Expressions

London-based Ming Lu is a multidisciplinary artist who combines contemporary techniques with an examination of social and cultural expectations.