Anastasia Bull’s Aliens

Models @suki.aii & @aurelieswelt @blush.management video @chudolisa 🌌 photographer @nicksoland makeup @makeup.daria.ranae nails, belt, boots and hairpieces @revue_official earrings, gloves, catsuit and purple shoes @anastasia.bull dress: @jacquelineloekito skirt: Ba Si @_ba.si_ style: @lucine_a Cody is the Editor in Chief and senior contributor at liminul. He is a photography aficionado, fashion enthusiast, avid Lana Del Rey fan, and lover of all things aesthetically pleasing. Follow him on  and 

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Sofia Piras Reimagines The Suit

Often perceived as an element of constraint linked to the work environment, Polimoda Fashion student Sofia Piras reimagines the suit as a garment that unifies rather than subsumes. Exploring the ways in which quintessential workwear has become obsolete in the post-COVID cultural landscape, Piras wants to reinvent the workwear staple. “I want to change the…

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Auli Sinaga’s Idyllic

Los Angeles-based Indonesian photographer Auli Sinaga‘s photography is filled with rage. “If you see me, a small Asian woman, you would never depict me as an angry person. You’d think small and cute. However, all the photos in this series have a piece of my anger attached to them. The concept of this series is…

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Lee Bae’s Union

UNION is the first solo exhibition by South Korean artist Lee Bae in Canada. With a focus on the artist’s Issu du feu (Emerging From Fire) series from 1999-2000, the exhibition spans a variety of different non-traditional media. Working in materials such as charcoal and wood, Bae’s work probes the ephemerality of life and the…

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Eve Louisa’s ‘Scout’

The project ‘Scout’ by UK-based photographer Eve Louisa explores the idea of the uniform as a sartorial category. Juxtaposing rural landscapes with urban fashion, Louisa probes the idea of exploration; “‘scout’ is about finding your footing in new environments.” Pre-empting the future influx of ‘dressing-up’ in the post-pandemic world, ‘scout’ is an optimistic vision of…

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Romina Ressia: When Past Meets Present

Argentinian visual artist Romina Ressia’s series How Would Have Been? is a multilayered photographic exploration of past versus present, juxtaposing painterly depiction with the mise-en-scene of modernity. Originally a fashion photographer, Ressia gradually moved on to her Fine Art practice and has now become famous for her re-imaginations of classicism.  In her series How Would…

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Ava Margueritte’s One Mile

Canadian photographer Ava Margueritte explores different narratives to document physical reactions to other emotional states. Absorbing her surroundings, Margueritte’s placid and contemplative work evaluates the connection between body and mind. “My whole life, I have been trying to forget the only world I know, wondering if there is a place for me to exist. There…

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Avleen Kaur’s ‘This Is Not a Happy Show’

Avleen Kaur is an emerging visual artist based in Toronto, whose distinctive visual poetry speaks to the perils of human life. Dissecting colonialism, capitalism, racism, and the heady and sinuous tapestry of human experience. We sat down with her to talk about her aesthetic, her inspiration, and her latest show at CryBaby Gallery in Toronto.…

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Ibrahim Mahmoud’s ‘Where his Flowers Bloom’

The project ‘Where his Flowers Bloom’ by Montreal-based photographer Ibrahim Mahmoud explores notions of toxic masculinity and how young men and people of color are often ostracized and depicted as violent and hypermasculine. Mahmoud lenses a delicate sense of warmth and comfort, evoking a place of vulnerability for young boys from all different backgrounds to…

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The Dreamlife of Chechu Álava

The gauzy, auratic atmosphere of Chechu Álava’s paintings is often offset by the directness of her subject’s gaze. Amplified by her chosen palette of fleshy, pearlescent pinks and postmodern pastels, the effect is strangely erotic. It is a soft-focus affair – a coming together of sex and spirit that conjures the creamy, dreamy, transubstantiated flesh…

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