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A slow exploration of a deserted island in Patagonia, home to the ruins of an experimental fusion reactor built by German scientist Ronald Richter.
Comparing dream to reality by giving a voice to those who won or came close to winning a jackpot, for better or for worse.
An intimate journey through the labyrinth of a family secret, focusing on the impossibility of secrets and intergenerational trauma.
A collage of decorative and political works from Nasser Road, Kampala, a mythical place known for its printing trade and as a centre of fraud.
The prospect of Day Zero, the day that the city of Cape Town would run out of water, questions how urban citizens relate to a changing earth.
A documentary fiction about the environments of port cities, highlighting the transformation of disused docklands and its communities.
Intimate stories of Chinese girls living by the regulations of the one-child policy: separated from their families and registered for adoption.
A portrait of the mysterious and colourful world of Shèhuo, a Chinese festival for welcoming the warmth of spring and the joy of blossoming trees.
Extensive research on the invention of modern computers, the history of nuclear weapons and, in particular, the narratives of the women involved.
A documentary research into the deportations of ethnic Germans from Romania to Soviet forced labour camps on Stalin’s order in 1944.
A counter-narrative of the British city of Oxford that resists the visual imperatives of its ancient university.
A portrait of the winter swimmers on the Greek island of Corfu, and their participation in the ritual celebrations of the winter months.
Portraits of the families of detainees, who are suddenly confronted with ethical questions that put their relationships under great pressure.
A story about stereotypes, aging, social mobility, but, above all, about love.
A photo-text book that attempts to decode the complex kidnapping phenomenon on Sardinia between the 1960s and the 1990s.
A poetic road trip along the Great Wall of China, follwing the lives of the people, the decline of the wall and disappearing traditions.
A portrait of Doug who has been living in the forests of Vancouver Island for 47 years, a labyrinth of stories and legends.
Special edition of Doug’s Cabin with print.
About life in the technical zone around locks, ports and ships, following the renovation of the sea lock in IJmuiden, port access to Amsterdam.
Exploring the remnants of destruction along the Ypres Salient in Belgium, 100 years after the end of the First World War.
Reconstructing a lovers’ dialogue while Ukraine faced major changes. A reflection on intimacy in times of annexation and information warfare.
Monitoring the routine operations by the North Korean aviation crew which appears as a rehearsed play of maintenance, controls and procedures.
Firsthand stories of the people living and working in the Exclusion Zone around Chernobyl, 30 years after the nuclear accident.
A memorable photo project about the coping process of surviving relatives of suicides in West Flanders, Belgium.
A documentary fairy tale about the dream of flying, focusing on several Chinese farmers bulding their own aircraft.
A long-term project on the Eastern European migrant workers of Stella Maris, a former monastery on the edge of the village Welberg.
An objective investigation of the guilt that surrounds the adult entertainment industry and the consumption of its products and services.
A portrait of the miners who lived in the mine housing estate in Beringen, where life and work went hand-in-hand.
A documentary photographic research about people who wish to extend the human life span or even aim to become immortal.
A moving photo story about a young man born blind, captured during the twilight hours of the day in his apartment.