Love Story Love Story focuses on Adama’s relationship with aspects of London and her admiration for the beautiful subtleties she comes across in Black communities. Mothers and their children in their best attires on a sunday, school [...]
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Babushka Svetlana and Me In her intimate project, Babushka Svetlana and Me, Maria Quigley captures life inside the four walls of her grandmother’s small apartment in St Petersburg - the same [...]
Lie and Smile Rana Young’s project Lie and Smile is a poignant exploration of her relationship with her late Mother. Young’s mother had been a victim of much trauma, which doubtlessly contributed to her decision to move [...]
BLOOD ORANGE Text by Capella Buncher Liza Ambrossio’s Blood Orange is composed of evocative and sensorial images, audaciously strung together, seeped in mystery, humour and unease. The photographs range from a stray arm coming into frame, [...]
'A Man in Public Space' "I set up an experiment. I walked in the public space of my city (Lausanne, Switzerland), and for a week I transformed myself into a cis man, into my male alter [...]
Regard /ʁə.ɡaʁ/ verb 1. To consider or think of (someone or something) in a specified way. "When my daughter was born, I was told that she had the “physical markers” for Down syndrome. [...]
The Last Time The Last Time is an exploration of my origin and inheritance, which is embedded in the figure of my mother. It deals with memory, mental illness, transgenerational trauma, and how they inform identity [...]
Some Kind of Heavenly Fire "I'm from a small town in Northern Finland surrounded by a vast, sparsely populated wilderness. Most pass through the town on their way someplace else without ever knowing it was a [...]
And the Livin' is Easy And the Livin’ is Easy was started in November 2019. It was my first ever attempt of taking more serious photos than Kodak disposables of [...]
China Dream ‘China Dream’ explores the fractured identities that second generation diaspora experience as they’re straddled their birth country and their motherland. Teresa Eng, whose parents immigrated to Canada from China via Hong Kong, explores the country [...]