Anna Drozd is a visual storyteller concerned with social and environmental justice within Eastern European contexts. She is fascinated by the ethical possibility of docu-fiction projects: on the one hand they produce highly-politicised and effective testimonies to reality. On the other hand, “they serve as “safe” fine art spaces, sheltered and abstracted enough from daily experience to grant creators, participants, and viewers alike the ability to productively intervene into individual and/or collective identity.”
Laura Gaggero explores the relationship between participatory photography and contemporary representations of women.
10 Questions with Karin Rehn-Kaufmann
Leica Galleries’ Karin Rehn-Kaufmann answers 10 questions ahead of Future Now 2021 – exploring the pandemic’s impact on her role.