My environmental portraits of young individuals dressed in school uniforms seek to create a complex body of work and provoke questions concerning identity, education, and class system. Each image exists as a single portrait within a series, a community of photographs. The subjects, dressed in traditional uniform attire, gaze in acknowledgment of the audience. Each young student stands within his or her domestic space, yet, there exists an awkwardness in the way each presents himself or herself.
— Sarah-Marie Land
In Tanzania, albino people are considered victims of evil or magical beliefs — so, they are not registered at birth and they do not die — rather, they ‘vanish’.
Contrasting the intrinsic nature of the self with the humanity's similarities as a whole, these ethereal photographs prompt internal reflection and a search for our original, unique being.
Whether poking fun at conceptual photographers or having a laugh at the Dusseldorf School's (pricey) pretensions, these bite-sized lessons will surely bring a smile to your face. Enjoy!