Generation Y, gen next, millennials – they’re all popular terms right now, used by the media to describe those born between the 1980s and Noughties. But what do they think about the next generations already snapping at their heels?

Disengaging out of convenience isn’t possible for the visual artist Amir Guberstein, whose compelling identity-based practice is largely informed by the complex and morphing realities of his native Israel in relation to Palestine and the long-term conflict

Meet artist Ewa Doroszenko, whose transboundary art constantly pushes the viewer to new yet familiar places.

Sometimes we will feel each other vibrate, sometimes we will feel each other fall. Just dare to be open, let your feelings guide you and connect with each other. We’re in this together. In the end, we’re all the same.