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THE COLOR OF WATER

BY HARMIT JOSHI

This ongoing project  utilizes reflections to defamiliarize water bodies. The resulting abstract imagery holds personal significance due to all the narratives I can perceive within it.

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Project Title: UAE 

By Vito Distante

With this small selection of photos I’d like to pay homage to the South-Eastern tip of Arabian Peninsula and, on the other hand, share the unusual and less-known beauty of the Country. The focus of my research was to show the ordinary from a different point of view and make it more than ordinary through abstraction.

Snapshot repetition, dramatic skies, central focus, warm colors and a bit of exotic: these are the ingredients for the Unusual Arab Emirates, a country that is much more than common thought.

Project Title: The colour of water

By Harmit Joshi

This ongoing project  utilizes reflections to defamiliarize water bodies. The resulting abstract imagery holds personal significance due to all the narratives I can perceive within it.

Project Title: Dezavo 

By Raine Roberts

Dezavo is a nickname given to me. It's a phonetic spelling of the Greek pronunciation of déjà vu. In Greek, déjà vu, is the commonly known phenomenon of experiencing something before, as well as an adjective -- to describe a certain trait of a person. A person who has a great sense of direction but no sense of time. This ongoing project is inspired by these moments without a time stamp, of time spent wandering. The people, the objects, the spaces -- poetically misplaced. Compounding space and objects not in use. Something we think we've seen before, or will again soon.

Project Title: Streets Of Russia 

By Kirill

Street photography is an attempt to rise above the bustle and chaos in order to see something whole and unusual, something that I have not seen before and that others will not see. It is important to me that it is aesthetically pleasing, beautiful and breathtaking. I think this project meets this need, albeit subjectively