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Interview Isabella Convertino

In a few lines, what is your project? The work engages with themes of masculinity, sunlight, and silence as a means to contain and investigate the body as a potential site of conflict. In this body

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Interview Louise Amelie & Aljaz Fuis

So let’s start from the beginning, How and what makes you work on this project?We traveled to New York as part of our studies at that time. However, it was not by chance that we

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Interview Natela Grigalashvili

Can you tell me more about your project ‘’The Final Days of Georgian Nomads’’? The Final Days of Georgian Nomads is a photo project about the nomadic community from mountainous Adjara in west Georgia. These

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Interview Kalpesh Lathigra

This project was a commission from The Guardian Weekend Magazine, we are interested in the working process so let’s start from the beginning. What is your organization before going to the field to take pictures? First making

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Interview Mimi Plumb

Tell me how did this project start? I left for the city at 17, in 1971, when the two-lane road to San Francisco became four lanes. I looked back in my late teens and early