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An examination of the role and meaning of the enemy image in the complex history and contested borders that shaped the countries of former Yugoslavia.
A collage of decorative and political works from Nasser Road, Kampala, a mythical place known for its printing trade and as a centre of fraud.
An allegorical tale about the world’s most prominent Passion Play and its inherent antisemitism, and daily life in the village of Oberammergau.
The prospect of Day Zero, the day that the city of Cape Town would run out of water, questions how urban citizens relate to a changing earth.
Intimate stories of Chinese girls living by the regulations of the one-child policy: separated from their families and registered for adoption.
Over 225 video-portraits in which people from all over the world share their honest answers to the question: “what is the essence of your life?”
A reflection on both the visible representations of colonialism in present-day Belgium, and the hidden traces of its gruesome past.
A box with 32 prints with portraits of visually impaired Chinese orphans, all coated in black thermochromatic ink which turns transparent by touch.