Reading Time: 3 minutes The duo collaborate on a book project of 10 years to create new narratives surrounding their shared childhood home region in and around the Ozarks
Death & Spirituality
Reading Time: 4 minutes Growing up in the spiritual commune, the photographer travels to Vrindavan, India, to retrace and understand the roots of the religion
Reading Time: 2 minutes The photographer’s latest project blends moving image, audio recordings, poetry and photography, examining the after effects of Australia’s bushfires
Reading Time: 2 minutes Using her camera, the photographer interprets the intangible into imagery to attempt to gain a better understanding and connection to a family member she never knew.
Reading Time: 2 minutes In a four-year project, titled A Sisterhood, Luongo follows the everyday joys and sorrows of women living in service of God
Reading Time: 3 minutes Travelling to the Nepalese Himalayas, Singh tells a story of faith, caste-based discrimination, and the search for new life
Reading Time: 2 minutes Accompanied by her mother, aunt and cousin, the family create charming scenes of theatre and dance, imagining and interpreting their grandmother’s life and journey.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Imagining the world’s end, the photographer’s latest project guides us through a spiritual narrative exploring India’s colonial past, landscape and elusive, ghostly characters.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Trusting her intuition and spontaneity, Sorochinski’s surreal self-portraits respond to feelings of confinement and uncertainty during the pandemic
Reading Time: 7 minutes When a Mexican curator invited Pieter Hugo over to make new work, “His only brief to me,” says the photographer, “was that it be about sex and mortality”. So began a two-year inquiry into the country’s complex relationship with life, death and the afterlife