Documentary

Daydream

Dhaka

Bangladesh.

It’s a self-portrait series that explores the individual’s vulnerability to the power of the image. Photographer find himself searching inside his bewildering and whirligig mindscape, questioning the objective reality every now and then which only adds to the feeling of emptiness by scaling spaces and enhancing the impression of a lone unemployed person.

Millions of people around the world have lost their jobs amid the COVID-19 Crisis. ILO estimates that as many as 25 million people could become unemployed. This is going to be a global pandemic of unemployment as people suddenly found themselves without work. Enterprises of all sizes have stopped operations and laid off staff. In a world where only one in five people are eligible for unemployment benefits. It presents a psychological challenge that calls the situation an emotional roller coaster, and feels stress and fear by losing job as people struggle with anxiety, sadness and depression. Unemployment and depression can result in a vicious cycle of isolation that may lead to unknown psychological challenges.

Nahid Hasan

Nahid Hasan is a documentary photographer, filmmaker based in Dhaka, Bangladesh whose vital interest in human rights, social, cultural and environmental issues mainly. He wants to use his camera as a pen to write poetry and visual essay. His works have been exhibited and published in several festivals, media outlets and galleries.

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