The Land

The Land by Edurne Iriondo My name is Edurne Iriondo, born in Madrid.  I am a Brighton based Photographer and visual artist working across analogue and digital disciplines.  My work encompasses an exploration of mysticism through the interaction between subject and light.  My work is split into two areas that being a visual diary that…

Endometriosis

“How does that feel?” he asked pushing firmly on my g-spot, “Um… that’s fine…” I mumbled uncomfortably. “How about there?” he asked, pushing slightly deeper this time. A hot pain shot up through my body, “that hurts” I winced through my lost breath. He covered me with the sheet, removed his gloves and told me…

The Beach In Winter’s Morning

By Lizzie Simner The jellified mind melds and unmelds Ideas drip from her sky like mercury Boy/girl/fish/bird What is it? She walks to the beach, alone Yellow zippo lighter in hand A bud of flame, an offering to the gods. Someone is listening. She holds a pebble in her hand. Egg. Reaching, reaching She no…

About the Woman as Property

When two human categories find each other, each one of them wants to impose its sovereignty to the other; when both are able to sustain the claim, between them, either in hostility or in friendship, always in tension, a reciprocal relationship is created. If one of them is privileged, it dominates the other and makes…