What is the influence of modern capitalism on life in rural communities and indigenous peoples? And how do they respond to that pressure? These themes are discussed in the exhibition Worlds, People, Places | Resistance through Culture, composed by George Knegtel (the Netherlands, 1992) and Laura Carbonell Reyes (Colombia, 1986). They show work by artists who collaborated with local communities and residents on their projects, focusing on their own traditions and rituals.
“Traditions and rituals in modern times”.
To be seen in the context of the Noorderlicht Photo Festival, until 1 December in Groningen.
Read on and watch a selection of images from the exhibition at the source NRC.nl