“There;s something tactical about a vantage point - there’s a mobility to it, you can change how you view what’s in front of you.” - Amy Gray
From a lookout on the top of the a mountain you can see the whole city and its surrounding suburbs but what is it that got you there in the first place?
In this issue, we reflect on how we see the world: from the tops of the trees , to the bottom of the valley, through the eyes of ‘madness’ , the lens of the camera, or the tip of the paintbrush.
Featuring pieces from Tamar Chnorhkian, Sidney Roberts, Madeleine Roux, Tamara Drazic, an interview with Amy Gray, and more.
We hope that when each of us is able to look at the eyes of another, there’s a chance that the world might become a little kinder.