Mazaccio & Drowilal met in 2006 and felt an immediate kinship. Influenced by conceptual art, cinema, and Japanese and American photography, they developed a critical eye in the privacy of their daily lives, envisioning a way to photograph as a duo, both in the taking of the photograph and the selection of the images.
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