Laiba Raja visualises what it might mean to search for comfort in the lonely city.
These urgent, charcoal-sketch-like photographs document the horror of the mental health breakdown that systemic oppression and silencing has meant for the Kashmiri people.
A series of images traces the experience of a city across two generations.
Rakshita Mittal photographs an evening of dancing in Messejana, a quiet Portuguese village tucked between sunny olive fields.
Hazel Laing studies ballet dancers in motion and stillness.
Charvi Shrimali observes the hidden lives of chairs through her photo series of eateries across different cities in India. Her photographs document spaces that are built for bustle and social interaction in rare moments of stillness.