Fotograf Magazine

White Gaze

On the basis of the extremely well known yellow frame of National Geographic magazine, and through meticulous work with its archive, Michelle Dizon and Viêt Lê present a critical reflection of the perspective of white people on “the rest of the world”. From the second-generation immigrant perspective, they present a project that pushes the discourse of the heritage of colonialism towards an appeal for the inclusion of the trauma and post-trauma of many generations and nations, alerting us to all the principles of emphasizing otherness, including those that are hidden.

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#38 death, when you think about it

#38 death, when you think about it


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