Author: Anja Byg
In text and images Anja Byg explores the challenges, joys and paradoxes inherent in our relations with human and non-human others.
‘Maps of the Imagination’
Those who make maps usually try to convince us that maps are neutral and objective representations of physical terrain. However, maps are selective as well as imaginative in that they create and superimpose meanings; they include particular aspects and exclude others, thereby telling us what is important and […]
‘The Virtual Museum of Lost & Found’
Found and lost things are everywhere, but what is this process of losing and finding and whose perspective defines what is lost and found? Anja Byg ponders these things on a journey through the woods and beyond.
Viryapuspa Nolan offers a prayer in images and sound as the winter solstice sun rises over the sea on the morning of the shortest day.
‘Song of Blodeuwedd: How to Make a Woman an Owl’
Blodeuwedd is a woman made from flowers and later turned into an owl for an act of betrayal. Sarah Acton tells the story in Blodeuwedd's voice, raising questions about power and the freedom to love.
‘Dwelling on earth’
What does it mean to dwell on earth? Anja Byg explores this question through a photographic journey across Dartington estate in the company of a clay ball.