Alice Mann: Maximum Effect

Says Alice: Following the period of African Independence from colonial rule, there are numerous contemporary challenges facing African citizens, compelling many people to migrate towards the more prosperous regions outside of the continent. In Congolese society, there is great significance attached to being able to create a new life within...

Marie France L’Ecuyer: VETERANS – Life After The Forces

Each year, more than 1,500 military personnel are released from the Canadian Armed Forces. Nearly a quarter of these Veterans experience challenges in transitioning to civilian life; a reality that particularly affects those who have to deal with physical or mental health problems. This two-part project presents a series of...

Vytautas Jankulskas: Raised In Chaos

Indonesia has one of the biggest and most active punk community in the world. Punk movement in Indonesia started in late nineties as a way to fight growing poverty and corrupted government. Inspired by the western punk movement, Indonesians as well started to rebel against their government by creating songs...

Constanza Hevia H.: The Time I Have Left

“The witches have said I will live a long time. I have till the year 2013 or 2014. I will live 107, 108, 109, 110 years. I still have a lot to do, a lot ahead… I am a little tired sometimes.”  -Hugo Küschel, August 8th, 2017. Las Cascadas, Chile....

Nanna Heitmann: Gone From The Window – The End Of An Era

Coal mining enabled Germany‘s participation in the industrial revolution and contributed to the German 'Wirtschaftswunder' after World War II; resulting in the development of today‘s key industries. That is all history. Prosper Haniel, the last remaining colliery, closes in 2018. Coal mining had once attracted countless people from all over...

Gustavo Gusmão: Limbus

”Limbus” which means margin, edge, border, fringe. With this origin, the connotation of limbo is a state of being neglected, forgotten.” The cemeteries of Manila (the capital of the Philippines) are huge communities on the margins of society. With their own structures and manners of functioning, they are home to...

Natela Grigalashvili: Life of Georgian Nomads

Mountainous Adjara is one of the most distinguished regions of Georgia. The traditions and the old ways of life have been preserved to this day in this area. The isolation and alienation of inhabitants of this mountainous area has been an ongoing issue for a long time. Last several decades...

Moe Zoyari: Parallel Lives

By day, Tony spends time working as a restaurant manager in Hamburger Mary’s in Chicago, Illinois. Openly gay, this man makes a complete transformation into a drag queen once a week. Tony calls himself a manger by day and Tasha, a female impersonator by night. Tasha has been participating in...

Emil Gataullin: Mezen

The first settlements on the banks of Mezen River (Arkhangelsk region) were established in the XVI century by Russian explorers who came from the White Sea and pushed back the local tribes. To this day this area is one of the most remote and hardest to access in the Russian...