Prue Stent is a photographic artist currently based in Melbourne. Her work is a co-mingling of sculpture, installation, moving image and photography, through which she explores the relationship between feminism, fetishism and surrealism. Her inspiration doesn’t derive from wanting to push a rational intellectual message or philosophical point of view, but instead from a perverse curiosity. Since graduating from a Bachelor of Art (Photography) at RMIT in 2014, she’s been involved in a short film and various collaborations with musicians, artists, fashion labels, magazines, including Oyster, i-D, Rush, Desktop and Vice. As an emerging artist she intends to continue on producing work in a collaborative team context, using photography in all sorts of ways, with all sort of purposes.
Peter Clynes is a 21 year old student of Creative Writing at RMIT, currently on exchange studying Mandarin and taiqi in Tianjin. He has a few poems available online, otherwise look out for him at poetry slams around Melbourne.