Relations of people with socioeconomic change and environmental transformation are questioning in different geographies such as China, India, Hong Kong, Romania and Russia.
Brian Cassey | “Living in a Coffin & Cage Dwellers of Hong Kong” | Australia
Elena Chernyshova | | “Days of Night – Nights of Day” | Russia
Giulio Di Sturco | “Vertical Slums” | Italy
Gregor Sailer | “Closed Cities” | Austria
Heidi Bradner | “Siberia, Stalin and Snow” | USA
Justin Jin | “Another Great Leap” | China
Petrut Calinescu | “Delta Dreams” | Romania
Nature against Human
Issues of destruction and helplessness of human and nature as results of disasters such as earthquakes, storms and fires displayed in this photography screening.
Dean Sewell | “El Nino” | Australia
Mitch Dobrowner | “Storms” | USA
Olivier Laban-Mattei | “Magnitude 7.3 Mw”| France
“Resources”. “Abandoned - Rural - Overcrowded “ and “Nature Against Human” titled photography screenings curated by Emre Küheylan, are questioning and displaying human, nature, city relationship.
Practices such as mining, hunting and recycling used by primitive, underdeveloped communities and modern energy production technologies used by developed western societies are scrutinized under “Resources” subject.
Andrew Testa | “Eyes Wide Open” | UK
Giles Clarke | “The Recyclers of Port-Au-Prince: Waste In Time” | UK