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There is nothing quite like loneliness in the city. It’s the slow, calculated magic of urban traffic that disembodies the individual, bit by bit, until we turn into negatives of our former selves – ghosts haunting the world that passes through us, unaware, unblinking.
Laiba Raja visualises what it might mean to search for comfort in the lonely city.
Laiba Raja is a student at Goldsmiths, University of London, where she studied fine arts.
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