Laura Gaggero is an Italian photographer based between London and Italy. She aims to explore the relationship between empathy and photography, participatory photography and contemporary representations of women. Capturing images of the women around her stems from a need for a more present female gaze. Gaggero’s latest project is I Haven’t Said Goodbye Yet during which she embarked on a path of self-discovery through a narrative of family loss and the need to experience “healthy grief.”
Delving into her family’s past, Nuthall marks her position as an artist in relation to her family today. She works with film, structures and projections.
Chahe’s project discusses a crucial part of the Chinese urbanisation process—construction workers, showing individuals rather than a group.