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Mar

Argus Paul Estabrook: School Memories – The Loss In Danwon High

Ten classrooms at Danwon High School were spontaneously transformed into memorial sites during the Sewol Ferry Tragedy on April 16,

14
Mar

Randy Wachtin: Cascadia By Nature

There exists an innate human instinct to care about and communicate with nature. Experts in the fields of Natural Science

23
Feb

Florian Amoser: Quantified Landscape

Quantified Landscape introduces an ongoing research project on the photographic transposition of space on a flat surface. Deep in the

22
Feb

Caique Cunha: Williamsburg

“The streets are full of sweat in the mortar of your pavement”, according to the nineteenth century Brazilian writer, João

16
Feb

Will Baxter: Rohingya

Viewed as outsiders in both Bangladesh and Myanmar, ethnic Rohingya Muslims have faced persecution for decades. Anti-Rohingya sentiment in Myanmar

09
Feb

David Arribas: Yearning

I grow up listening a punk and rock music. For this reason I decided to create a photographical project about

06
Feb

Shengelia Giorgi: Homeless

Because of 25 year long conflict situation in Georgia, 65% of the population is under poverty level. Internally displaced persons,

04
Feb

Kamil Sleszynski: Lost Place

The Catholic Centre for Education and Addiction Therapy Metanoia exists since 2000. The facility helps young people addicted to drugs

02
Feb

Denis Esakov: This is Not a Tower

The story is old: iconic objects crumble into dust or, at best, provide a suitable background for selfies. One dramatic

31
Jan

Goran Bertok: Survivors

One death is a tragedy, one million is a statistic. – Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin Wars, states of emergency and continuing

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