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Sebastian Palmer – Shadow of Desire



All humans have a “dark side,” yet very few wish to acknowledge it exists.

It is a place in our minds where our primitive animal instincts lie.

From within this “shadow” our behavior is influenced, driven in part by sexual and aggressive impulses. It does not take into consideration what is practical, safe or moral.

It only seeks pleasure.


b.1979, currently divides his time between London, UK + São Paulo, Brasil

Prior to photography, Seb studied French, History, Economics and went to the University of London to read both Management and Sociology. Deciding he wanted to take a more artistic route in life he left to study Graphic Design at Central St.Martins, London; where he discovered photography. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including 2 first places at the IPA Lucies and a 1st at the SonyWPA.


Sebastian Palmer

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Krzysztof Racoń – Rura



Rura is a gigantic steel structure that was made to transport iron ore from a railway hub to the major steelworks in a heavily industrialized region in southern Poland. It overpasses a forest, roads, fields and finally for a short distance it runs over a small town which name is difficult to pronounce and remember.

This monumental structure dominates the landscape of the town. It’s a hostile place to humans where not only the landscape but also air, soil and water have been poisoned by the adjacent landfill, incineration plant and chicken slaughterhouse. As in a broken mirror, you notice many deformed objects in this degraded landscape. In a place where even the trees take on a strange shape, you start to believe in the story of a two-headed cat that lived somewhere around . You walk inside and ask yourself: “Do I believe it? You want to understand why people stayed here. Is it just a habit or some common unspoken secrets? A sound of slamming doors and barking dogs are one of many signs that suggest you that you should better leave this place.


Krzysztof Racoń



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Spiros Zervoudakis – Trap



This is my attempt to build visual bridges between two parallel worlds of fantasy and reality.

The enclosed undersea world is dreamy. Aquatic creatures (mythical creatures) and humans coexist in alien, utopian landscapes. They live beyond the limits of imagination and develop their actions in the dark liquid realm.

The light—absolute and whitewashed—delineates boundaries. Heroes emerge from total darkness conspiratorially. Lightning strikes the intruder; the unsuspecting viewer is now inadvertently involved.

The man in the reflection is free from any presumptions about owning this world.

Elicited dreams mutate into extraterrestrial nightmares.


Spiros Zervoudakis was born in Athens.

He studied Mathematics in the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki , continued with
Post Graduate studies (Msc) in Applied Mathematics in the Technical University of Crete
and Philosophy of Mathematics in National University of Athens.

His occupation with photography started when he attended classes on Photography in the Photographic Group of “Aristotle” University of Thessaloniki and continued by attending international seminars and lectures.

He has presented his work in individual and group Exhibitions both in Greece and abroad. His works are exhibited
in the “Benaki Museum” (Athens), in the Benetton Foundation’s collection, in “Contemporary Art Museum – Olivepress”
(Chania) as well as in many private collections in Greece and abroad.

He lives, works and creates in the city of Chania, Crete.


Spiros Zervoudakis