A sonic portrait of a Mexican village focused on architecture and public space, ( ( ( ( ( /* ) ) ) ) ) is a sensory ethnography of culture and communication in a community founded by volcano refugees.
Cindy Burstein and Anula Shetty create a powerful compendium of stories lived and told by women belonging to the inspirational Women’s Mobile Museum (WMM), a concept developed by iconic South African artist, Zanele Muholi. Eleven videos are featured in which the...
Weeks of Sand, Months of Ash, Years of Dust is a meditation on a past belonging to a young woman who spent her childhood growing up in Portugal and later relocated to Macao, China, a former Portuguese colony. She offers a Portuguese perspective on these historical...
Armand Hough is a photojournalist based in Cape Town who tracked daily events in the city during lockdown.
A young creative takes us on his journey, on how he and his team as independent artists are embracing their challenges and creating a voice through a promising innovative movement called Circles.
Sweden’s oldest co-living house has 300 residents, all of them women. A new generation have started to move in. A seemingly minor change that could distort – or revive – the house’s original purpose.
In the time of COVID-19, a small and isolated community is left vulnerable as it struggles to fight off an illegal mining cartel in their backyard.