Posts tagged photography
Some Storage Space

This poem by Irina Breitenstein uses a hard disk as an analogy to a relationship. “you chose the two photos i chose, you chose yourself the way i chose you. then you send them to some other woman’s computer.”

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Europe's New Borders

Europe’s New Borders offers a sense of the scale of the dehumanized border crisis that has been unfolding in Europe over the last two years.

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Separation

Separation explores the angst and myriad emotions experienced by London-based couples who, as a result of Brexit, have been forced to contemplate being forced apart.

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King of Junk

The King of Junk Tribe is a social tribe that lives in a fast food nation.  Everyone is fascinated by bling-bling and sugar-coated items. It gives status and makes people feel like Kings and Queens. Let me introduce you to the junkies of modern food consumption.

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EUSA

Naomi Harris captured portraits of people in American-themed amusement parks in Europe and European themed towns in America. By capturing these living embodiments of the transatlantic ties that bind European and American culture together, Harris shows the intermingling and fluidity of tradition, cultural identity and collective memory.

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Silencing the Revolution

October 25, 1917 marked the beginning of more than seven decades of communist rule in the Soviet Union. On this day, known as the October Revolution, Bolsheviks overthrew the Russian Imperial regime, radically changing the life-course of Russia and its empire.

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Transformations

The challenges of transitioning from youth to adolescence to adulthood.

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