This series by Jannatul Mawa explores the relationship—or rather, the non-relationship—between domestic workers and their employers in Bangladesh. These women may see each other every day, and the maids may know every nook and cranny of their employers’ homes, but the photographs still captures the infinite distance that lies between them even as they pose side by side.
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