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Terra Firma Magazine Issue 4

Terra Firma is a magazine which is developing perspective, objective opinion and an open minded view upon the issues in the XXI century world by exhibiting the work which is not based on achievements in the art society, aesthetics and taste but what is unique and worth hearing in their visual language.

Publication Terra Firma Magazine Issue 4
Artists Various
Publisher Terra Firma

Issue 04 is focusing on the exploration of a mathematical equation – Speed=Distance/Time.
Each artist appearing in this copy of Terra Firma has chosen a word from a theme to expand and elaborate their own view on through selected images and text.
The idea of the magazine is to understand how people perceive the concept of speed, distance and time, how they are similar or different, is there a recurring view or emotion in the submitted work.

With contributions by Joseph Kadow, Fernando Ocaña, Ari King, Hannah Rose, Valentina Penkova, Khris Riva, Loulou Nyman, Luis Corzo, Sasha Gransjean, Suzy Faiz, Federico Cavalieri, Mark Mailler, Kerry Leonard, Aya Onodera, Samuel Barry, Roberta Sian Graham, Hannah Thual, Kate Brown, Adam North, Yoshikatsu Fujii, Celeste Stein,Harriet Middleton-Baker, D Sloan, Ida Taavitsainen, Jessie Lee Nash,Johann Bouché-Pillon, Miguel Refresco, Sabina Rysnik, Nick Prideaux, Marton Gosztonyi, Paolo Arao, Memu Shinayou, Graham Wiebe, Camila Montoya,Kathleen Linn, Matthew Casarez, Federico Floriani, Michael Barry, Frank Sharman, Ebony Talijancich, James Carey & Campbell Drake, Ellie Gray, Daina Eičaitė, Monika G Dorniak, Nicola Novello, Nicolas Descottes, Aaron Smith, Sarah Walker, Rosie Thomas, Luma Logs, Sheung Yiu, Catharina Pavitschitz, Aliha Thalien, Derek Kreckler, Lucy Macintosh, Derek Kreckler, Sam Hutchinson.

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