Fiber artists have come a long way since the macrame of the 1970s. From sculpted creatures to threaded skulls, this ain't your grandma's embroidery.
The extraordinary photographic work of Alex Conrad Valone is beautiful, thought-provoking, and deeply disturbing. CW: Death, suicide.
Disembodied torsos covered in fungus; vulnerable wide-eyed nymph-like stares; the feral portraits of Sarah Louise Davey draw you in for a closer look.