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Sanoja Bhaumik is a writer and editor based in New York. She writes on visual culture and politics.
Can Western Architecture Ever Be Truly Decolonial?
The Project of Independence at MoMA probes the limits of modernist construction in South Asia.
The Media Spectacle of Suffering Surrounding India’s COVID-19 Catastrophe
The most gruesome images of COVID-19’s wrath in the Western press have originated from the formerly colonized nation and stand in contrast with an imageless COVID-19 crisis in the United States.
The Disconcerting Implications of Drone Photography
Using drone technology to photograph protests may be enticing at first, but such aerial images are also used for surveillance by law enforcement.
Compassionate Photos of Daily Life in FARC Camps, Colombia’s Largest Guerrilla Group
Federico Ríos Escobar documents FARC camps with a keen eye; his images diverge from the government-produced image of the armed forces as a single, one-dimensional enemy.
Bogotá Artists Document State Violence Erupting in Historic Protests
From photojournalism to conceptual printmaking, visual artists are recording the violence of the ongoing Paro Nacional, or the National Strike.