A sequence inspecting notions of solitude, despair, loss, and temporality by Toronto-based photographer Ben Dickey. Because the grandson of Holocaust survivors, Dickey has lengthy been excited by legacies of trauma and the way that pertains to social constructions of alienation. His present undertaking is impressed by these histories. “The Voice That Does Not Ring” is an exploration of colonized and wild areas, deserted locals, and collaborative portraiture. Whereas attending to the precarity of such determined and isolating emotions, Dickey’s work additionally captures the shared intimacy skilled in circumstances of mass uncertainty and upheaval:
“In a worldwide local weather confronted with ecological implosion, and immense social unease, it’s my want to deal with expressions of collapse, despair, and grief on a degree that’s directly private and common.”
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