Photos by Sophie Pölzl
the tiger's might the ass' sin
the tiger might have skinned herself
a rug a cape a cloak a claw a hid den beast
a broken law
excoriated second skin
hung upon the wretch's flesh the wretched stretch
of dermis drawn abraded thin
until the light creeps sight seeps in
there lies the braying fool within
Elliot Lewis is a writer and astrologer based in London. He studied Art History and Architecture at the University of Cambridge before mov ing to Paris to work as a translator.
Brishty Alam's works are invested with a magical, shape-shifting quality. They adapt to, resist and converse with their environments, and when brought together, they unfold their many aspects in gregarious and often surprising ways.
Born in London, lives and works in Vienna. Exhibitions include Memphis, Linz (2022), Neue Kunstverein Wien (2022), Independent Space Index, Vienna (2022), Ajker, Tati, London (2022), French Riviera, London (2021), Haus Wien (2021), lntersectional Commeration Club Risograph Reader #1, Berlin (2021), Austrian Cultural Forum Warsaw (2019), Parallel Vienna Art Fair (2019), Center for Contemporary Arts Celje (2019).