The Canadian filmmaker Helen Doyle set out to explore this question with the help of ten photographers and visual artists: Stanley Greene, Philip Blenkinsop, Canadian photographers Bertrand Carrière and Lana Šlezić, Nadia Benchallal, Letizia Battaglia, the artists Alfredo Jaar and Paolo Ventura, Geert van Kesteren, and the Cambodian designer Sera Phousera Ing, who shared their experiences and concerns about the evolution of their profession given how images now surround us in our daily lives.
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