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Åsa Sjöström

瑞典,Moment Agency / INSTITUTE for Socionomen / UNICEF
日常生活 單幅 第二名

在歐洲國家摩爾多瓦北部城市Baroncea的一所學校,Igor在朋友Renat的耳朵旁說悄悄話。這天是Igor的生日,他的祖母給了他一些巧克力和同學們分享。摩爾多瓦是歐洲最貧困的國家,過去十年間有三分之一的就業人口出國尋找更高薪的工作。兒童時常由家中的老人照顧,或被留在孤兒寄宿學校。Igor有一個雙胞胎兄弟。他們並不知道父母前往俄羅斯工作後不久就已過世,當時他們只有兩歲大。


Åsa Sjöström

Sweden, Moment Agency / INSTITUTE for Socionomen / UNICEF
2nd prize Daily Life Singles

Igor whispers into his friend Renat's ear, at school in Baroncea, northern Moldova. It is Igor's birthday, and his grandmother has given him chocolate to hand out to his classmates. Moldova is Europe's poorest country. In the past ten years, one third of the working population has gone abroad in search of better-paying jobs. Children often find themselves looked after by elderly relatives, or left in orphanage boarding schools. Igor has a twin brother. They do not know their father and their mother died soon after leaving to work in Russia, when they were two years old.

Sarker Protick

孟加拉
日常生活 系列報導 第二名

在孟加拉首都達卡,攝影師年邁的祖父母John和Prova因為身體日益衰弱而無法出門。他們的生活範圍僅限於一個房間。頭髮慢慢轉白,牆上的油漆日漸斑駁,留下來的都是有形的物體。在白光籠罩的室內,John和Prova放慢了生活的腳步,彷彿沐浴在靈光之中。攝影師兒時曾和祖父母非常親密,但即使他現在每天都來探望兩位老人家,卻發現找不到什麼交談的話題。某天,照進房間的光線在白色的牆壁和白色的門之間淡去的方式觸動了他。攝影師說在那一刻,祖父母靜默暫停的生活給他的感覺和眼前的景象產生了連結。這個攝影主題讓攝影師找到一個新的方式,和久未聯絡的祖父母重新建立關係。。


Sarker Protick

Bangladesh
2nd prize Daily Life Stories

Failing health keeps the photographer's grandparents, John and Prova, housebound in their old age, in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Life has become contained in a single room. Hair turns gray, the paint on the walls begins to peel, all that remains are objects. In the white light, John and Prova's lives appear slow and bathed in an aura. The photographer had been very close to his grandparents as a child, but although he could visit daily, he found he soon ran out of things to say. One day he was struck by the way the light coming into the room was washed out between the white wall and the white doors. At that moment, the photographer says, he could relate what he was seeing to what he felt about John and Prova's silent, suspended lives. Working on the project gave him a new way of relating to the grandparents with whom he had lost touch.