STICK: INHABIT | ARTPRINT
STICK is one of the most favorite photographs of the I N H A B I T collection.
In the photograph is a Karamajong hut in the Karamoja region in north-east Uganda. The Karamajong people consists of fierce warriors that live in villages composed of mud and wattle grass homes called ''Manyattas''. Each Manyatta has a designated lifted hut, where the Karamajong store food away from the ground, In that hut resides a person who’s sole responsibility is to keep the wild animals away from the food.
I N H A B I T is a photographic collection that takes a look at the impact that culture, materials, climate conditions, and even political situations have on someone's home. Through a dozen photographs with a similar aesthetic line. the collection was photographed in the past two years across east-africa. It challenges and insprire the viewer to examine if, when, and to what extent natural elements impact their own home.
We tend to conceptualize 'home' as our anchor, but in fact, isn't it a mirror for all the changes in our lives, and our ability to deal with them?
- Printed in the finest Giclée method on a fine art Ilford Prestige Smooth Pearl 310gsm paper - 62/40cm
- Sent in a tube
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- 50% of profit is donated to the construction of a school in Karamoja, Uganda (Leave your email or subscribe to the blog to get updates)