The Social Dislocation project is a narration of young people who in childhood and adolescence faced an aggressive reaction to their appearance, physical and mental characteristics that influenced their social adaptation. This is a story about how the heroes of the project cope with their life problems, develop resilience and temper the character, about children who differ from society in various ways. Growing up, they accept in themselves all that society has rejected. The story about the struggle with fears, complexes and stereotypes, the struggle for equal opportunities and loyalty, for self-realization and recognition of uniqueness, for beauty and understanding, for respect and honesty.
Leyla Karipova – freelance photographer from Moscow, Russia.