The unique “Lomo-style” photographic works by Sarah Young create a surreal atmosphere, recollecting the fragmented memories from intimate everyday life; those moments that passes us by and often go un-noticed. Other artists also share the same medium and concept although with a different stylistic approach. The combination of images and text by Christophe Dillinger aims to create some sort of photographic graffiti, with an entry into an imaginary diary. The act of typing directly onto the negatives resembles the captions in a graphic novel, with the words unravelling to bring to mind certain stories and characters. The Japanese artist Yuji Iwasaki uses large format photography to create a certain reality within fictitious environments and adopts the component of painting, such as the use of artificial or monotone colour, pattern, and brush strokes, in order to sublimate the images into something mysterious, metaphorical, beautiful and creating a drift between fiction and reality. We can also find alternative mediums in the exhibition such as the Swedish artist Helena Ferm's dream-like paintings on canvas which present a harmonious equilibrium by mixing different materials and where the element of water dominates with its endless reflections, light and range of colours. The illustration-based work by Thierry Jaspart from Belgium, brings joy and street-art style to the exhibition, and complementing the superimposed concrete block painting by Monica Dagost.