Thick heat radiates off Marguerite Bornhauser’s photographs. From the vivid green of an unfurling leaf to the vibrant, sizzling red of a chili pepper, her work hums with a primary-hued intensity. Marguerite views colour as a subject matter in itself, endowing it with as much physical presence as the objects and entities she captures. This luminous palette, intense and dripping, juxtaposed with dark and jagged shadows, becomes a way to re-shape fragments of daily life, details, faces and places. Each image remains untitled, allowing the viewer’s imagination to roam free, wild and curious. Find her portrait of a naked body bathed in soap suds gracing the cover of Extra Extra no. 19.