Julia Borissova (St.Petersburg, Russia) is an artist that explores how history and memory are perceived through images.
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This photo series gives a face and a voice to London’s refugee tech students. As they begin a new journey, their past continues to hover over them.
The First Fortnight of Brexistential Crisis, photo essay by Debiprasad Mukherjee Your EUrope United Kingdom
On Friday, 23 June 2016, the United Kingdom awoke as a nation starkly divided.
…over 371,000 hectares of the British landmass was reserved and appropriated for military use.
These images, taken along the course of the River Thames, offer a small glimpse of how the river is inextricably linked to the communities who inhabit the surrounding area.
Modern cities are incommensurable places, and the challenges of representing them only increases with their size. Exhausting the myriad possibilities of a city like London is surely impossible, nothing
When you shoot, you are mostly interested in understanding something and then reflect on. Not because you have understood something and you want to tell about it, but because the
Borderlands: The Edges of Europe is a collection of analogue photographs representing the people and places along the borders of the European Union, developed with the purpose of creating an archive
The typical hunting act in society’s mind is a naive and inconspicuous event. Something that I have noticed while working on this project, is that the majority of people seem
A kind and generous man, I hope that these images show a little of the human cost the complex asylum system has on individuals left in limbo for such long
ics&Plot will be an event focused on photography and multimedia but will be open to anybody with an interest. To cater for this, the event will also include other activities
A phenomenon unique in this part of the world, I am often intrigued by how the squatters were portrayed on the mainstream media. Coming from a place where squatting is
Her work often explores the role of digital technology in the construction of identity, particularly in relation to the psychological world of children and young people.