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cosmic artist louise beer’s work will take you to the moon and back

Inspired by a personal enquiry into the relationship between the self and the profound “otherness” of the universe, Louise Beer’s work mixes photography and installation to immerse the viewer in her mythical space locations.

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celebrating international women’s day

In light of International Women’s Day, we invite you to take another look at some of some of the features from the past year on the groundbreaking women whose use of the senses in their creativity make them exemplary to The Fifth Sense’s cause.

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golden girl: meet lily taïeb

First making her mark in director Arnaud Desplechin's My Golden Days in 2015, the prodigal 17-year-old French actress talks about about her generation, teenage love and taking her time in an increasingly demanding age.

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harley weir's
five women

Across five cities in five countries, Harley Weir captures five creative women at different stages of their young lives, each inspired by the complex characteristics of CHANEL Nº5.

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meet ibeyi: the soulful melody making sisters

Lisa-Kaindé and Naomi Diaz are Ibeyi – the French/Cuban twins who mix traditional Yorùbá sounds with modern party funk.

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trans scents of femininity

The story of how Rhyannon Styles sculpted a fragrant new female identity.

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force of life – fabienne verdier is the abstract painter whose spontaneous artworks are alive with energy

French abstract painter Fabienne Verdier creates immense canvasses that are expressive of grand themes of life, energy, forces, strength, gravity and humanness.

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crushed flowers: a poem by selina nwulu

Written for The Fifth Sense, Crushed Flowers is Selina’s account of the power of scent in invoking very real and visceral memories of a former lover, with an illustrative response to the poem by Colombian artist Herikita.

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magical french director rebecca zlotowski is exploring beyond the wizard’s sleeve

Starring Natalie Portman and Lily-Rose Depp, Planétarium might be 2016’s most mystical film. We spoke to the enigmatic director, Rebecca Zlotowski.

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