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©Joseph Gallix

Fair Winds

In March 2021, the Ever Given, a 400-meter container ship, found itself across the Suez Canal for a week, blocking 422 boats and 10% of world trade. On top of being difficult to handle, ships like the Ever Given are responsible for 3% of CO2 emissions worldwide, a figure destined to increase by 2050. Yet a natural and free alternative is available: the wind. In Brittany, Grain de Sail, a French roaster, chocolatier and organic wine carrier is betting on it to cross the Atlantic.
©Freddie Miller

Saved by Wheelie

For these young Londoners, every spare minute is an opportunity to ride through London at full pelt, their front wheels lifted up in the air, all the while accomplishing seemingly impossible tricks one after the other. They embody the bikelife, a new cycling discipline that is so much more than a sport. For these youngsters, it is a way to escape gang violence and dream of a brighter future. Today, what was once a secluded and small movement, has spread all the way to the Queen, who invited some of them to parade during her platinum Jubilee.
©Joe Hart

Adama Forever

In 2016, Adama Traoré, a 24 year old French man, died whilst in police custody in the Paris suburbs. No police officer has ever been convicted and the case, sometimes referred to as the ‘France’s George Floyd movement', has become a symbol of the fight against police violence in the country. Seven years on, Foulden Road Part II, the latest EP from jazz and house producer Fred N'Thepe pays tribute to the young man as well as his sister's ongoing legal battle. Originally from Saint-Denis but now based in South London, Neue Grafik pursues his exploration of London’s cultural mix by featuring poets and rappers to recount their experiences as black people today.

The Movement Archive

Every day thousands of people die. But how did they move? How did they walk? How did they hold their cup of coffee? In the Netherlands, Katja Heitmann, a German choreographer, has found the answer so that these movements are never forgotten. Her project is called Motus Mori, and it is the first living archive of human movement.
Nigel Bromage Portrait© Martin Parr

Redemption Song

After spending twenty years in various English neo-Nazi groups, including the notorios C17, Nigel Bromage had an epiphany : Everything he believed in was wrong. He started over and rebuilt his life. Two decades on, he is helping others to rebuild theirs.
©Nicole Tung

Exile Generation

A year and a half after the first protests and two months after Hong Kong 's controversial new national security law came into force, more and more young activists are choosing exile. The beginnings of a “mass exodus” ?