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Trigger, Issue 5: Energy
Trigger, Issue 5: Energy
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Trigger, Issue 5: Energy

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Co-funded by the European Union through Creative Europe in the context of FUTURES Photography Platform.

Trigger Issue 5: Energy consists of thirteen contributions (essays, artist contributions, conversations) which engender possible ways photography might start to unlearn entrenched ideas and habits concerning the use and abuse of energy.

With contributions by Duncan Wooldridge, Sylvia Ballhause, Máté Dobokay, Agata Madejska, Mariama Attah, Euridice Zaituna Kala, René D’amour Hitimana, Risk Hazekamp, Eline Benjaminsen, Tanja Engelberts, Bas Blaasse, Hannah Fletcher, Hiroki Shin, Cara Daggett, Sheng-Wen Lo, Cale Garrido, Kateryna Radchenko, Yana Kononova, Tina Farifteh, Yvette Monahan, Hiền Hoàng, Sebastian Koudijzer, Léonard Pongo, Caroline Woolard.

Trigger Issue 5: Energy is a ‘FUTURES edition’, funded by the Creative Europe program of the European Union. Every year FUTURES - the only Europe-based photography platform bringing together the global photography community to support and nurture the professional development of emerging artists across the world– publishes a themed book, and for 2023 they invited FOMU, being a FUTURES member, to develop a new publication through Trigger.

Trigger Issue 5: Energy is edited by FUTURES members, Julia Gelezova and Ángel Luis González Fernández (Photoireland), Emese Mucsi (Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center), Daria Tuminas (Fotodok), and Tom Viaene (FOMU).

Designed and distributed by Hans Gremmen/Fw:Books.
Cover image: based on a performance still from Roshanak Morrowatian.

Published by Fw:Books / FOMU
88 pages
240 x 320 mm
ISBN 9789083345949




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