Silver Linings With the fall of Ceausescu in 1989, so fell a part of society. Under the pressure of the dictator’s abortion policies in order to increase the country’s population to strengthen the economy, Romania experienced drastic demographic changes. By that time, the majority of the population was already [...]
About fireadminThis author has not yet filled in any details.
So far fireadmin has created 82 blog entries.
Wild West Tech Tales of enormous fortunes born out of the technology industry have brought a new gold rush that has gripped San Francisco and the Silicon Valley. Many young dreamers are flocking to the area with the hope of launching a successful start-up or striking it rich by [...]
Beloved Curve Beloved Curve examines the transitory nature of human life in relation to the cyclical and constantly regenerating natural world, as well as being a personal chronicle of my attempts to understand and come to terms with the death of my father Michael in 2004. Using double exposure [...]
The Island of the Colorblind In the late 18th century a catastrophic typhoon swept over Pingelap, a tiny atoll in the Pacific Ocean. One of the survivors, the king, carried the rare achromatopsia-gen that causes complete colorblindness. The king went on to have many children and as time passed [...]
Gold Coast "Simultaneously touted as the crime capital as well as the tourist capital of Australia, the South Coast was a straggly and dangerous strip of coastline that was renamed to Gold Coast by real estate developers in an effort to seduce investors, retirees and holiday-makers. In a huge [...]
Garden State "In Garden State, I consider how gardening, like mapping, is a way of allocating territory. Between 2010 and 2013, I made a series of visits to Israeli occupied territories between the Mediterranean and the Jordan River. I travelled across twenty-two Israeli suburban settlements making photographs of public and [...]
The Meteorite Hunter The Meteorite Hunter is an archive of a search for meteorites and the places they come from.Following the journey of a fictitious hunter, The Meteorite Hunter documents the artefacts found, both overlooked and celebrated through the process, presenting them equally and without disparity.Sometimes the quest to experience [...]
I’ll Die For You On June 11, 2010, 35-year-old cotton farmer Sanjay Avbhutrao Sarate, stumbled to the doorstep of his home and fell on the ground. "I’ve taken pesticide … I’m going to die,” he told his wife. “This is the end of my life.” Sanjay hugged his then-six-year-old son, [...]
Paradise Lies at the Feet of Your Mother: The Mothers of Foreign Fighters in Syria My son, One day you decided to leave. Without a word, you left to go over there and time froze. We are not angry at you because for us, it was not your choice. With [...]
Women Unlimited by Magnum photographers and Oxfam Women Unlimited is an exhibition about women, by women, to coincide with International Women’s Day 2016. Oxfam works with women around the world to fight discrimination - and the poverty it causes - wherever we find it. Today, we’re helping more than one [...]