Sarah Schug dove into the exhilarating art scene of Iceland together with photographer Pauline Mikó, to create the book Isle of Art. It reads as a journey in which the Iceland’s artistic landscape is introduced in 256 pages, meeting artists, curators, collectors, museums, and many more. TLmag caught up with Sarah Shug to learn more about this adventure.
If urban landscapes no longer move us, islands seem to us like an earthly paradise, perhaps lost in a flow of climate change. While nature is at risk, the human is still very much alive. That is what the artists, designers and photographers interviewed and invited into these extended pages of TLmags 31st print edition translate with their creations and in their simultaneously documentary, critical and poetic gaze, between the materiality of our planet and the fragility of the life that remains for us.