Benjamin Filarski: Above the Hill

After the fall of the Khmer Rouge regime in January 1979, Cambodia left behind depopulated cities. A quarter of the population was exterminated including 90% of the local elite. The capital, Phnom Penh, was sorely marked by abandonment during these years of conflict, and the ensuing political instability in the...

Rafael Heygster: I Died 22 Times

War does not only manifest itself as a military conflict on battlefields with clear physical fronts, it also appears more abstractly in our society in various places. “I died 22 times“ deals with the question "Where does war begin?" The series combines motifs from different scenarios. Images of weapons fairs...

Kevin Williamson: New Life

Says Kevin: Throughout my childhood, my family and I would visit the mountains of Upstate New York. After some time of hiking, fishing, and relaxing by clear waters, we would head back to the familiarities of suburban life. On long car rides home, I would be filled with excitement and...

Lindsey Kennedy: Glass Eye

Glass Eye is an ongoing still-life texture study, capturing mainly discarded objects and leftover materials with medium format color film. This project uses fabric and paper to obscure or redefine familiar forms and observe abstract compositional qualities of fabric scraps and plastic waste. Surreal and occasionally sensual, these images are...

Mu-En Juang: Avalanche of Everyday Life

Avalanche of Everyday Life is a series depicts the spaces of a student center under renovation, showing the uncommon situation of these common places under the big change. The student center is an old, modernism, and complex building includes the cafeteria, student clubs, gathering halls, and two elegant staircases. In...

Ana Ferrandiz: Origin

"Origin" shows the racism and prejudices that are still present in society, delving into the construction of identity in a country where he constantly questions where he is due to his features or skin color. The project is established through the three classic areas of representation in the West that...

Taja Spasskova: Isolation

In the project “Isolation” I focus on the issue of isolation and deprivation in times of Covid-19 and the related quarantine. Through this project, I try to express the atmosphere of insecurity and loneliness during these uncertain times. The pandemic is an impulse that triggers some new social and individual...

Katya Yanova: Lacuna

Says Katya: This project is a reflection on the lack of understanding between people of different age, language, emotional and cultural background. These misunderstandings caused by gaps and contradictions in communication are defined as lacunas. Lacuna as an element of absence, omission, gap, missing, unclear, "dark place". Modern world is...

Roger Grasas: Ha Aretz, the Promised Land

Named after the Aramaic language that was supposedly spoken by Jesus Christ, and referring to the Promised Land, 'Ha Aretz' is a photographic interpretation of the biblical locations amidst a globalized land of alienation, conflict and consumerism. The project consists of photographs taken between 2012 and 2020 throughout Israel, Palestine,...

Stefano Marzoli: Oblivio

Oblivio is a long-term photographic project (2012-2020) born with the intent to tell the story of the European ethnic minorities that are going to disappear. This project is documenting through photography these populations hidden in between the European history. These communities and their past are going to be forget in...