The Ripples In The Water Don't Look The Same
Slowly I am building a new relationship with my father, one that is tinged with self-inflicting pain as his future is uncertain. I need to be close to him as he receives continuous terminal diagnosis’s, it is his strength that pushes them back into the distance where they remain hidden from view. This relationship stems from the feeling from the last 12 years of not speaking to anyone about his illnesses, this led me to having a trapped vision of him from when I was a 9-year-old. It is photography that makes the pain visible and the collaborative approach to image making that encourages the intimate, skin to skin connections of father and son that are creating this relationship.
Marzia Boracci • Kamil D. Jantos • Rhys Davies • Polly Hill • Ruby Ingleheart • Alexander Komenda • Shannon O' Donnell •