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tv   Arts.21 - One Photo - A Whole World  Deutsche Welle  January 29, 2022 6:02am-6:31am CET

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keeping his seat in the european parliament, you're watching the w news. you can find a much more on a website, d, w dot com. ah . with be using the visual to speak on what is not most has spoken about a since one things we love to explore it. so multiple identity ah 5. if it wasn't really photography, it was notetaking. ma hm. we played open the thing and take a photo with
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. ready ready a good photograph takes us on a journey to new worlds, to times past and enter the lives of other people. it shows a staged, as well as real identities and allows us to explore places as they once were were beginning our journey in south africa, or for more than 20 years. black algae, b t q. our communities have been the focus of photographers. and then we'll holly squirt denellin holly's powerful self portraits are politically charged. they're the
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visual artist, exploration, black identity, and then i knew by integrating of them with an addition. when lilian dakota, lisa, i looked celsius, a photograph, and they took in there with the provisional camera. i am one of them currently just called me professor, am with marleen, i feel empowered. i feel actually good because people get to see somebody. i am not doing what i do to make money, but a door to become this somebody. so now i'm julio identifies as non binary. we caught up with him and kept her at an exhibition in the stevenson gallery. when a good one works on display or diverse photographs, paintings and installation, the document of celebrate the lives of south africa, lesbian, ag, trans, queer, and intersects communities with the world is visual.
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here not the world is a globe of pixels that forms a picture. so to make sure that we have like, good, high quality pixels, it means that we need to write this history. and l m a wholly grew up in lousy township, near durban, in the 19 seventy's that was during the apartheid era when south africa white minority ruled over the countries black majority holy was in the early twenties from south africa, held its 1st non racial democratic elections in 1900 for that well came to south africa document elections, our fest elections in a lot of us who are so deflections, who had elections, who have what's in the couldn't access our own history, our own visual history. how sick is that? that was them. i wish i had an opportunity to document that fest so deaf that can
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elections by due to lack of resources with holy uses or camera to show the realities of the l g. b to our community. to continue to face discrimination and ostracism to this day. many people here see one with sexuality as non africa, with holly's colder 1st future series. only half the picture with not a lot of people have been here. a lot of people have been violated on daily basis because of the agenda expression or because of their sexual orientation . so i come on board as a messenger of god. speaking on these issues as an insider in the entropy. see
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i community speaking as a black person understanding their political existence. so visual exhibit them is about it's. he was in basically, but we're using the visuals to speak on what is not and most has spoken about a denellin holly's in a position to take portraits of a wounded and vulnerable community. others could not. the artist describes the people in these pictures. participants seeking recognition rather than subject in 26 holy photographed martin, singer at their church. their close friends to the state. oh, i mean, i could teach these human beings that i work with that i have photograph austin, photographing of a period of time as participants who informs, as in wish without been these know for took
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a fire business videographer. there is no academic pass, all calls later that they are knowledgeable more then these participants. holly's 1st meter exhibition in germany is at the cookies bow in berlin. is a collaboration with london state. modern. natasha can well a curated the berlin sherman was speaking about questions of sexual violence and sexual rights. these connect to all of our histories, really, so not only thinking about south africa, but really also looking into how minorities address their desires, often without fear embracing all premises of love. and i think that is what brings me really close to these images. ah,
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so too long we've been done and distorted mostly. and now i said it is our time. it is our time cuz we are black. we asked might, we exist in our experiences, is what makes many people say and feel and cry because they get it. they get it here lou. ready our next artist brings us back to berlin. ready a city that is for ever changing. ready ready ready ready alexander stephanie has been documenting the change in faces burning for years. he photographs old shops, snack bars, abandoned buildings, industrial plants, and open spaces. the photos speak of the past as well as of the present,
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and create visual memories of places before they disappeared forever. liberties and mob eden charm that i love. this city's morbid char martin visor, mind drawn to these places as if by magic. i can't resist going on and they speak to me. yeah. on put a graphing them is basically my wife or my oldest yellow my. we have capturing them from a cell here and for posterity fest side remnants of the berlin wall. relics of another time and spaces where artists lived and worked in divided berlin. and after the wind fell, when in shoveling west 1000000000, i grew up in scruffy, west. berlin wanted to mitchel, cron, exciting all those big, barren spaces were like vast adventure. please grand, sire to be a plot. i go baking there with friends and i am, i'm at the find. it's exhilarated under fall on font as we are offering. one of the
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city's biggest construction projects is currently underway, new berlin, central station. it's called you ropers city, and we'll include 3000 departments and offices 416000 people. not so long ago, the area looks like this. a disused el rey grounds at the 60 t as in size. when the lin was divided after world war 2, this area was more rude in the no man's land between east and west. since the wolf fell, its central location has made it an attractive place to build an asthma. schleiden fund there, ma'am, blown away by the sheer quantity cannot reason. last years, apprentice? i air where i'm standing. it looks like it could be anywhere in the world. my la maya stewart. yes. what bothers me, the most tired. what does that interchange ability, rhoda does. this is one area where i wish they are preserved have at least 10 years ago, a little didn't verify these new buildings along the street was so making, nostalgic without losing the bus was over. there is what was once the cooper,
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he felt that world famous 1st graffiti by street artist blue, a blue on i photographed this place regularly for over a decade in ya. i'm a bigger man. it was the most hotly contested place in the chrysler district. in the last remaining open space or, or anyone could have a barbecue, we are group, then it became berlin's 1st fidela, one bill, whom to refugees and hands on refreshed it. ah, so in crow expect is gleiss strike park which covers some $31.00 hate days. it's a full morale wide area that stood empty during the time that the world. traces from its former identities still remain among the green. alexander stephens started coming here long before became a popular pop. he captured what has since disappeared. for instance, the gulf driving range that closed in 2009. but there's still plenty to do here. manhattan, sherwin a vague we found
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a great way to keep the memory of the parks history alive, and i'll creasing a space for all berliners and relax and enjoy themselves on the shore and parked the fog. felon still has places where time seems to have stood still, but he is experiencing a construction dune. more and more alexander stefan feels the need to hurry so that he can capture the soul of his home city in time before it changes. again. these next few artists can't get enough of change and of the possibilities it opens . ah, behind each image, there is a personal story. many of the videos and photos by the french u. s. a. para, and you had a banana show the artists themselves. and yet, they are also always someone different. the 2 women appear as different characters
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and stage portraits. the results are versatile, an unsettling mix of performance and disguise. to invent their characters, stories and spaces elsa and you hannah are always observing everything around. alyssa call her. come see the stories we tell are a bit like a magical puzzle made up of aspirations. we have and share images from a films we like observations about found them to inspire s, phone people. we pass on the street. well, got those of the starting points which allow us to play these characters in belmont dirge with the best sellers or the resulting photos resemble film stills. elsa new hannah don't just disguise themselves for their future series . the also scout out and style interiors as well as x 2 years to suit each story
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and character occasionally. chance also please apart like when a dog happens to come is can use up the restroom. i'm what we are really interested in. that is the magic of the moment. so for instance, if we want to shoot in a room, we'll do it at a specific time of day. when we know the lighting will be good to know. so we been to reality rather than the other way around. it and we like that because it makes for plenty of surprises. so kids oh, else and you hannah, use natural light and few high tech tricks in terms of photography, the jews approach is rather minimal, but it's a different story when it comes to their vast treasure trove of wigs, accessories, clothing, and makeup. oh, it's the 2nd they mix. it says one thing we love to explore. it's our multiple
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identity mill neck was sold in her mid to illness her panel. but we also know our limits and don't take things too far. oscar. it's very important for us because it's the authenticity which brings our characters to life in about an adjective form. it is an alter dicking of these identities resemble us in some ways that are very far away from us and others on gender want as a dialogue between the characters and us would you know, the sense of intimacy, anton affinity, it was we like some of the characters a lot, only perhaps because they don't resemble us, but that, but rather remind us of people. we love them all. the characters are extensions of ourselves, but in a bad way, so to speak. don't oncology men. oh lou to move us us whenever possible. the 2 women designed the exhibition rooms to hear it calls rash. natasha gallery. they decorated one space to look like a 17 year hotel. bobby lo, sam roselle,
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we had fun, creating an ambiance a bit. likewise, anderson, it's something we like to do a lot because it has an extension of how we tell stories and that is an invitation for the public to understand how we work as artists of how we discover a place to observe things of details. text is and colors that then inspire our stories. it's our own universe. we're presenting you back. children's bedrooms can also feel like private university. james madison traveled the world photographing where children sleep ah, child fantasy and reality orphanage. what would the world look like if it were made by children may be like this. the domain, a full year old kaya from tokyo. a child's room often reveals the biggest streams. samantha from new york is
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a 3 time karate will champion who trains 4 hours a day. this is her bedroom. other times a place where a child placed their head for the my to provide insight into their families difficult living situation and daily fight for survival ah, for the 15 years british photography, james madison has documented where children sleep i was asked to come up with a project for a children's charity or either of a child and kind of smiling a lot o a child in a disaster situation. so i began to think about my, how could you know, a little bit more about a child, and i thought back to my own childhood, i kind of looked at the kids in the pictures and i kind of thought, i wonder what their bedroom is like. nicole home to 7 year old indira. she'd have
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family live in a single room. the children sleep on the floor. indira has worked at a granite quarry since she was 3 years old for 5 to 6 hours a day with any protective deal. mm. james madison, many many boys and girls who have been robbed of the very things that make childhood special, being free from care and responsibility. ah, i live in a fayette in rio de janeiro. she's 14 and pregnant for the 3rd time, 8 year old ro see from cambodia leads on a garbage town. it's home to 5000 people. not only were they living in these terrible conditions, but they will also having to pay rent. it's still almost makes my stomach turn
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because i can remember that one of the things that the family do was that when they're going through the rubbish, they kind of palau, you know, some of the leftovers. they've made these mattresses out of har tires, which they had found on the rubbish dump. that was a very, very difficult situation. children having their own room is mainly a western custom. in the best case scenario there, a place of refuge and freedom. it's a recent privilege, but one more more germans have been able to afford in the last 50 years. these days on average, parents spend several 100 years a year on children's furniture. ah, james madison alyssa photographed with these children sleeping in design of rooms that looked like the child's paradise. he captures theme, he said a contradictory, absurd and shocking, and presents them without judgment. he knows that kids can change it. for example,
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jazzy. who is a young girl the i photographed a beauty pageant to house, just had hundreds and hundreds of these crowns from all of the competitions. and i did actually go back and meet her now, not into beauty pageants, but she's really into swimming. and she gets up at kind of 430 or 5 in the morning . her life has kind of gone in different directions since our photograph millison says his photos aim to provide a window into others, lives and cultures to pi curiosity and promote understanding. some also reflect huge conflict in our world. and israeli settlement in the west bank is fetus, where religion is the most important subject in school. his orthodox family strictly follows the torah. just a short distance away lives, palestinian did. her brother killed himself and 23 others in
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a suicide bombing in retaliation. these railey military destroyed her family home. they've lived in a refugee camp ever since. i also think that children a quite a good way of looking at issues that are going on in the world. and if i was to photograph an adults, you kind of somehow implicitly blame them for the situation around them. whereas the child is kind of so clearly kind of born into that situation is it is the is kind of innocent. so you can kind of, i've used the project to look at some kind of quite complex issues. burlison's project raises big questions. like how can we make the world a fair, a place for children? he says the short answer is more education. indira still works the granite quarry, but thanks to an aid organization, she can also attend school. she longed to be
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a dad, so when she grows up, kaya wants to be a cartoonist. angela mean hubs to be the teacher. no matter where and how these children are growing up. they all have big trees. we don't know what fell make her van then nest tramped off when he was young, but he started taking photos, age, sex, and remains passionate about photography to this day. taking pictures once required a lot of machinery, big cameras, photo booths, labs and the results were all analog film directive in vendor started telling his great stories with little photos, with polaroids instant prince, that at 1st just functioned as quick sketches. ah,
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missouri daughter, you'd hunt for locations and mother, and once you found one, you shot there. come on and if you had several, you'd want to be able to compare the life and shoe others all. and it wasn't really photography. okay. for dorothy, it was no taking long notice and you could also fix them to the stream playing a pin them on the wall at night. i'm slightly below the camera fascinated vendors so much that he gave us a role in his film. ah . the photos in the movie act like words in his story. in
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a window into the world beyond this, frederick images were often blurry and a bit. i shall focus a little side because the exposure time was really long on her thinking that was great when it was sunny. who traveled? when it was darker? you had to keep incredibly still too poor as noon photos. a polaroid on a tripod. as it is, is sure what fuzziness was almost the stylistic devices by emptying plus the photo always came with its own frame. that was nice was, was a frame, was part of the attraction. so she was granted and all that the object, her person being photographed, he was still there. you compare what you had in your hand or you just photograph, quantify something you can normally do and taking pictures of them being in the how does come i know my love as about 4 of you unleash the image is a faded suzie blurred, weathered and have color casts, but that's part of their appeal. their analog fair morality has become gray and
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special, and the depth and breadth that vendors also sought to convey in his films the world beyond the horizon. it's always evident here as well. mm. in these days, vendors always has his smartphone camera on him, but it's not the same person digger. it's such a shame, really. and this is a train stuck in the country where i took my wife yesterday with hawkins that i'm glad about that. what happened was such a nice nighttime atmosphere. i la view, someone had a room that was completely lit up and purple, and i photographed it in windata to dance. that was a moment where i thought it belated by what a shame as having that would have made a good photo. todd, now its only on my food tutors for 2 reasons. if this is new amended
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his polaroid records of the past, former lives and a quieter, more peaceful time. or may be timely, ever existed for that one moment. in the eyes of the photographer, ah, what is good for my social is good to boost that when you're conscious in the moment of taking it, that it's a good photo. i mean, you just knew it a month month, but muncie. the more you photograph and you remember the lesson you to lou man was about on my quote with the essex 70 but as exhibits my body could do that time the competence i didn't need to mess around with. so once i hipaa i opened the thing block and take a photo. don't ever think it just press the shutter. it's that simple. one photo po, world. ah.
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it and that brings us to the end of our picture show. we hope you enjoyed the journey. see you next time with ah, with ah, ah,
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