Julia Linger

LAS MOTOCICLETAS Photography |Colonia, Uruguay In Latin America and Spain, motorcycles are everywhere, but always seem so perfect when lined up against a historic building. Even in a small beach town in Uruguay, motorcycles seem to add a modern flair to a...

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I am the sponsor of my roots

By Caterina Aragon.- Dr. Miguel Ángel Aragón López was born in Managua, Nicaragua on August 31st of 1962. During his childhood, him, his two sisters, his father (a doctor), and his mother (housewife and seamstress) lived with other relatives in a house, near Miguel’s...

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Isa Novack

COVER UP This portrait serves to metaphorically criticize the enormous pressures society can exert on an individual. Specifically, the paint symbolizes the way in which societal norms force individuals to “cover” their true...

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Cassandra Martínez

Communion Dicen que el pan mejor se encuentra en Utuado; We tear into it and it is disappeared before our father can even order the second loaf. There is something of sweet in this bread Hands clamming for another piece of communion The way we grasp and reach for the...

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The Reality of Venezuela Shown Through Film

Carolina González.- Over the years, the leftist government in Venezuela has expanded its censorship on national television, news outlets, and other media in an e ort to hush the political opposition. Through the opening of a state sponsored lm school, el Centro...

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Carlos Planas

VIVIR SIN DORMIR These memories are born as a result of my worst moments of excessive existential self-awareness. From these feelings, I become completely possessed by a force of creativity that blinds my thoughts. I can’t stop this until I recreate my...

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Brunei Deneumostier

Roots These photographs are about a trip I made returning to my homeland, Peru. Throughout my life I have moved many places, and this journey began when I left Lima at the age of 5. These pictures are a visual representation of my attempt to reconnect with my...

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Andrea Mato

Fluid Lightness To live without taking power of our actions makes us oat in deci- sions that were taken by others. “Fluid Lightness” represents this feeling of not having agency of our path through life and of embracing what the norm states. In the photograph, one can...

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Anani Ramirez

#21 On being Trans When I think about my transness, I think of decolonization, I think about what rebuilding after a hurricane should be, I think about mending wounds. When I think about my transness, I think about a direction Rather than a destination, A messy...

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Ana Elena Sálas

Lately, every time I mention my country, Venezuela, people respond to me with a sad and empathetic look, usually followed by the sentence “I have heard that things are pretty bad there, that must be devastating.” It seems that the current socio-political and economic...

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