DECOR is a triptych of photography, film and a sculpture all combining to celebrate the theme of identity in the conflicted territories of Kosovo (2007), the region of Abkhazia in Georgia (2008) and Transnistria (2010). The gelatin silver prints recount a visual diary of youth culture in regions where newly drawn lines question the essence of belonging. The conflict invites not only the anarchy associated with destruction, but also all other actors who claim advantage over an unsettled place bringing further chaos to a fragile landscape. The film “Internal Displacements” is an animated short produced by Le Fresnoy Studio National...
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