Ascendancy of Perception examines the impact of depictions of race within mass media content. Through black and white photographs and the accompanying narration, Broomfield highlights the dangers of “blind consumption” which can have detrimental effects on self-image and limit the public's understanding of race.
Crowded Fields is an ongoing photo series by the Massachusetts-based photographer Pelle Cass. Breaking away from the rules and constraints of sports photography, he embraces chaos and provides a freshly unique way of showing the spectacle of sporting events.
Danny Peralta's photo-based work looks at the effect of the urban environment on the local population. Among other visually inventive strategies Peralta creates collages with paint chips that have fallen from graffiti murals and has a series of drawings featuring the inhalers of friends suffering from asthma.
Paris-based photographer Kavak Agir returns to his home country of Iran to tease out some of the cultural tensions in the country. Sex, drugs and religion are some of the topics Kavak fearlessly explores in his project There Them.
British photographer Anand Chhabra mines his personal history growing up the son of Indian immigrants in the heart of England using both archival material along with more contemporary photographs. Intro music composed by Sarvar Sabri. Produced in conjunction with the Format Festival, Derby, UK.
Riis Beach in Queens, NY has been a gathering place for queer sun worshippers for generations. For his project 'No Other Name Than Their Own' photographer Chris Berntsen reflects on this history with a mix of contemporary and archival portraits occasionally layered into single images.