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fLIP56: Global Warming

Cover image: Arun Misra

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3. Editor’s Note
8. Héloïse Bergman – Britain is Melting
14. Pauline Moon – Our Fragile World, the UK
20. Joanne Seagars – Paint It Green
26. Arun Misra – A New Life in Zambia
46. Amanda Eatwell Getting to Know You exhibition review by Michael Scott
52. RE/SISTERS exhibition review by Jacqueline Ennis-Cole
56. Hélène Amouzou: Voyages exhibition review by Kasia Kowalsk
60. Van Dyke Workshop review by Steve Jones
62. Greenwich and the River Thames from Greenwich Satellite Group

Héloïse Bergman is a photographic artist from New Zealand. Her work has been widely published in books and magazines, exhibited in galleries and festivals around the world, and is held in the V&A permanent collection. Her current work explores sustainable photographic processes using plants she grows in London.

Pauline Moon lives in East London. Currently interested in the landscape, particularly urban landscape: what traces reveal and hide about our social worlds, and looking for abstracts that seem to speak to current issues.

Joanne Segars is a portrait and social documentary photographer motivated to take photographs
that tell us something about the person in the photograph or the world in which we live, whether that’s a studio or environmental portrait or photo essay.

Arun Misra is a London based photographer of Indian origin. He explores the entire spectrum of human experiences through abstract, conceptual and conventional photography and draws inspiration from abstract expressionist paintings and sculpture. He is a founder member of the FIKA collective of photographers.

Amanda Eatwell Much of Amanda’s work is centred around people, and their interactions with the world around them. Her work spans traditional portraiture to social documentary and many other subjects aside.

Michael Scott is a self taught photographer, using almost exclusively film which he processes and prints from in a darkroom. His recent projects include works on the subject of migration and street portraits of protesters.

Jacqueline Ennis-Cole is a neurodiverse artist, writer, and curator. She is a PhD Research Candidate at the Slade School of Art, University College London and a recipient of the UCL Research Opportunity Scholarship for her social and climate justice related research where she maps the spaces between authority and authorship and concealment and imagination.
instagram: @thetangleisblue

Kasia Kowalska is a Polish-born artist working in digital and analogue processes, moving image and installation. She is British Journal of Photography’s Portrait of Britain winner and Association of Photographers Student Awards winner and multiple finalist. She graduated in BA Photography from London Metropolitan University.

Steve Jones is a London-based former accountant engaging with the world as he finds it, working in both digital and analogue media.
instagram: @stevejones35

With thanks also to: Jacqueline Ennis-Cole for her contribution.