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March 1, 2014

Spencer had just returned from a three week motorbike trip across Vietnam. Not only did he photograph his trip, he kept meticulous notes. “I knew this trip would be challenging and exciting. I had read blogs, watched videos and heard stories. Yet when I sat down and looked at the route on a map, I noticed how relatively small the total milage was compared to past road trips. 2000km, only 1200 miles? I had driven from Wisconsin to Washington DC and …

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February 27, 2014

Over the past few years Brenton has been traveling more frequently for work. He has made it his goal to shoot as many photographs as possible for personal projects while on assignment. These images were all shot in transit while working in Portland, New York, Stockholm, and London. If you enjoy Brenton’s work and would like to see more, visit his website here .

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February 24, 2014

Erika Altosaar is a Toronto based artist. Her practice examines femininity and the consequent issues of being a ‘she’. She was drawn to India last year as a way of  familiarizing herself with the caste system, facilitating the study of gendered relations in foreign bodies. With an absent female body, the artist was able to assess and deconstruct the issue of identity through both alien and intimate relationships with women throughout the state. If you enjoy Erika’s work and would …

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February 3, 2014

Right off the plane India is an assault on the senses, a sensory overload so powerful you’re immediately stricken with anxiety. Engulfed in foreign sights, sounds and scents that are all more vibrant, loud and potent than anything you’ve experienced before, you’re suddenly very aware of your foreignness to your surroundings. Everything is a whirlwind, so much so that you’re in a constant state of distraction. It makes you uncomfortable and doesn’t allow you to escape that feeling. It’s only …