Loud Silence ‘You have already a child’, ‘Why are you still sad? Your pregnancy only ended after 12 weeks’, ‘You are young, you can have another one’ are common phrases that often show helplessness. Sometimes it is [...]
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The Dog’s in the Car “The Dog’s in the Car” Mum shouts from upstairs. Dad’s been running around the house, in and out of the garden thinking that he has lost Rudi, our dog. This is a [...]
"Lovers or Friends? sheds light on one of our most basic human needs - touch. More Americans are living alone and staying single longer and it is becoming even more important [...]
Unclear Fronts A collection of images made by blending two frames of the war in Syria, as a means to visually connect cause and consequence, or events that aren't necessarily directly related to each other, but that are [...]
The images presented here belong to two different projects where I explore the topic of self-representation. While in "El Pertenecer en Tiempos Modernos" I engage with notions of online self-representation and examine social media platforms in "The Constructed Self" I [...]
Bodies in Nature Bodies in Nature is a study of the human form and its context within the natural world, comprising three groups of work: Postcards from Pachamama, The Gold Images and Pink on [...]
Zanjir Zanjir is a conversation imagined between the artist, Amak Mahmoodian (1980 – present) and the Persian princess and memoirist, Taj Saltaneh (1883 – 1936). A universal meditation on loss and separation, the book draws on imagery from the [...]
Yo soy otro tú, tú eres otro yo (I am another you, you are another me) Yo soy otro tú, tú eres otro yo (I am another you, you are another me) (In Lak’ech Ala K’in) Mexico is a country [...]
Nalini – A personal journey exploring migration, distance and loss. Spanning India, East Africa and the UK, Nalini explores the connected histories of Arpita Shah’s mother, [...]
La Bête A Modern Tale In 2012, Benabderrahmane returned to her home country of Morocco after 12 years, crossing the dunes and plains to create Super-8 films mapping out the ever-changing landscape. The film stills collected in [...]