Sara Sadik | Kaleidoscope | interview

Sara Sadik | Kaleidoscope | interview

Sara Sadik’s fictional narratives portray the Maghrebi youth (whom she refers to as beurness) in Marseille, the city to which she belongs. Rooted in a local perspective, her scripts, films, and performances tackle wider issues, such as the politics of identities and behaviours that lack 

Good Pictures : Austin Lee | Kaleidoscope | article

Good Pictures : Austin Lee | Kaleidoscope | article

At first sight, Austin Lee’s paintings and sculptures might feelprovocatively childish, even histrionic—but upon digging beneaththe surface, further layers are revealed. From his deliberately basiccompositions and palettes to his hybrid processes, Lee’s worksanalyze the power of image creation, as well as contemporaryforms of painting. continue 

Danica Barboza / Kaleidoscope / article

Danica Barboza / Kaleidoscope / article

Danica Barboza’s practice encompasses a multiplicity of forms. The great commonality linking her sculptures, drawings and writing is the artist’s emphasis on the processes of deconstruction and discovery. Her narratives grow out from the dissection of bodies and structures, and are leavened with a sharp