This project was commissioned by ProPublica as part of an investigative series that examined the condition of deteriorating public housing developments near St. Louis.
Like time capsules testifying to a parallel world, Francis Meslet’s melancholic images brave the passage of time, perfect for enabling the mind to wander and ponder, making way for silence following the memories left behind by human inhabitation.
For over a decade the Wet’suwet’en Nation has stood in defense of their last unspoiled territory.
The LGBT community has been specifically targeted since 1979 when the Chinese communist party criminalized the group by including homosexuality in the nonspecific act of hooliganism.
This project discusses social and political issues in Hong Kong using inspiration and references from various objects: matchboxes, half a papaya, a drawing, two passports, and a kid, to show the needs and wants of Hongkongers.
Those who stay can only think about leaving. Those who leave can only dream of returning.