2024

In our fast-paced society, the pursuit of a personal “Garden of Eden” is overshadowed by urbanization and digitalization, disconnecting us from nature. Argos and I, journeying metaphorically towards a green haven, scrutinize our rapport with nature and AI to rediscover our nature bond.

2021

My mother was on her way to the hospital on the day the tumor in my leg was to be finally removed. As I lay under anesthesia, she fell abruptly, face-first. Initially attributed to stress, my mother consistently denied having tripped. Today, that incident is considered the first sign of her disease: Multiple Sclerosis.

2019

Upon birth, it’s usually “Congratulations, it’s a girl!” or “Congratulations, it’s a boy!” While this categorization suits most people, for some it’s more complex. They realize over time that while others perceive them as a woman or a man, they internally identify differently.

2016

Tormented by back pain, impaired taste, and nocturnal snoring, a 33-year-old policewoman opts for a medical treatment. To halt the progression of jaw misalignment, she must undergo a facial reconstruction, involving the breaking of both her upper and lower jaws.

2016

MATCH ME IF YOU CAN – For many, ’swiping’ on Tinder is a hobby. Similar to how people check their emails daily, they check their Tinder matches. If they don’t find someone appealing, they swipe left – appearance is all that counts. However, the more attractive a match appears, the stranger the encounter often is.

2016

Individuals born between 1977 and 1998 are classified as Generation Y. The ‘Y’ stands for the English word ‘Why’, referring to this generation’s hallmark questioning nature. Yet, this trait is not always acknowledged, as they are often critiqued for being asocial and self-centered.

2024

In our fast-paced society, the pursuit of a personal “Garden of Eden” is overshadowed by urbanization and digitalization, disconnecting us from nature. Argos and I, journeying metaphorically towards a green haven, scrutinize our rapport with nature and AI to rediscover our nature bond.

2021

My mother was on her way to the hospital on the day the tumor in my leg was to be finally removed. As I lay under anesthesia, she fell abruptly, face-first. Initially attributed to stress, my mother consistently denied having tripped. Today, that incident is considered the first sign of her disease: Multiple Sclerosis.

2019

Upon birth, it’s usually “Congratulations, it’s a girl!” or “Congratulations, it’s a boy!” While this categorization suits most people, for some it’s more complex. They realize over time that while others perceive them as a woman or a man, they internally identify differently.

2016

Tormented by back pain, impaired taste, and nocturnal snoring, a 33-year-old policewoman opts for a medical treatment. To halt the progression of jaw misalignment, she must undergo a facial reconstruction, involving the breaking of both her upper and lower jaws.

2016

MATCH ME IF YOU CAN – For many, ’swiping’ on Tinder is a hobby. Similar to how people check their emails daily, they check their Tinder matches. If they don’t find someone appealing, they swipe left – appearance is all that counts. However, the more attractive a match appears, the stranger the encounter often is.

2016

Individuals born between 1977 and 1998 are classified as Generation Y. The ‘Y’ stands for the English word ‘Why’, referring to this generation’s hallmark questioning nature. Yet, this trait is not always acknowledged, as they are often critiqued for being asocial and self-centered.