These artists are joining our programme this year, which includes a series of activities offline and online, such as tutoring sessions, showcasing, and takeovers.
Meet the talents from BJP:
David Uzochukwu is an Austrian-Nigerian photographer. He delved into self-portraiture in his teenage years. His work speaks on resilience and belonging: digitally reconfigured landscapes become a refuge for both strong and vulnerable bodies.
Agnieszka Sejud is a photographer, visual artist, activist, part of artistic duo KWAS. She is living and working in Poland. Her practice works with photography, collage and installation, often experiments with the medium. She mainly explores topics of identity, personal freedom and systems of oppressions.
Alina Maria Frieske studied Visual Communication in the Netherlands and finished her Master in Photography in 2019 at ECAL in Lausanne, Switzerland. Her interest is focused on the assembled image and its classification. Thereby she works with collage techniques and illustration to explore the process between individual and collective viewpoints.
Ana Zibelnik is a photographer currently based in the Netherlands. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana in 2018 and is currently completing her MA degree in film and photographic theory at Leiden University. Through long term projects she explores the topics of death, immortality as well as the relationship between photography and extinction.
Michael Swann is a photographic artist currently completing his MA at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol). His work explores aspects of religious belief, mysticism and phenomenology and aims to understand how photography can be used to communicate such themes.