fLIP51: Dream/Colour

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Contents
3. Editor’s Note
8. Kathryn Alkins – City Mirage
14. Natalia González Acosta – Community Mobilities and In/Visibilities
24. Arun Misra interviews Cemre Yeşil Gönenli
– Visual storytelling
56. Book Review – It’s Coming Home, Kyun Ngui
58. Steve Jones reviews Deutche Börse Photography Foundation Prize
60. Satellite Group – Alternative Process

Kathryn Alkins is currently exploring her response to the area around the Isle of Dogs by taking a more abstract approach. She is playing with colours, shapes and textures to create mood and feeling by combining Intentional Camera Movement photos. www.kathrynalkins.myportfolio.com

Natalia González Acosta is a Mexican photographer based in London. Her practice has a social-documentary approach, often with collaborative processes, and explores people’s relationships with their environments. Drawing from her own experience as a foreigner in the UK, her work focuses on topics of belonging, migration, identity and the concept of home. www.nataliaga.com

Kyun Ngui is a London-based photographer originally from Malaysia. He currently works exclusively with black and white film and his work is expressionistic, evoking moods or emotions. Instagram: @kyun.pic

Cemre Yeşil Gönenli is a visual story teller based in Istanbul. She mainly works with photography and text. She also works as a writer, curator, publisher and teaches at MA Photography in Falmouth University. Recent publications are Double Portrait, Hayal & Hakikat.

Arun Misra is a London based photographer. His works explore the magnitude of human experiences and ideas, inspired by time, space and the abstract and conceptual arts. He graduated from the University of Westminster’s MA in Photography Arts program in 2018. Arun is the Editor, fLIP and fLIP INSIGHTS and the recipient of Daylight FORMAT portfolio award 2021. www.arunmisraphotography.com

Steve Jones, a London-based former accountant, is an urban photographer engaging with the world as he finds it, working in both digital and analogue media. He is a recent graduate of Goldsmith’s Photography and Urban Cultures MA programme. Instagram: @stevejones35

Alternative Process Satellite Group
Our thanks to the Alternative Process satellite group for their feature. To find out more about the group, contact: Jo Stapleton stapletonjo@yahoo.co.uk

With thanks also to: Joanna Furniss for her contribution.