Silvia Szucs

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“El Abuelo” is a sequence of images exploring the relationship with my grandad through objects that bring up my childhood memories linked to him.

“El Abuelo” is a sequence of images exploring the relationship with my grandad through objects that bring up my childhood memories linked to him.

“El Abuelo” is a sequence of images exploring the relationship with my grandad through objects that bring up my childhood memories linked to him.

“El Abuelo” is a sequence of images exploring the relationship with my grandad through objects that bring up my childhood memories linked to him.

“El Abuelo” is a sequence of images exploring the relationship with my grandad through objects that bring up my childhood memories linked to him.

“El Abuelo” is a sequence of images exploring the relationship with my grandad through objects that bring up my childhood memories linked to him.

“El Abuelo” is a sequence of images exploring the relationship with my grandad through objects that bring up my childhood memories linked to him.

“El Abuelo” is a sequence of images exploring the relationship with my grandad through objects that bring up my childhood memories linked to him.

“El Abuelo” is a sequence of images exploring the relationship with my grandad through objects that bring up my childhood memories linked to him.

“El Abuelo” is a sequence of images exploring the relationship with my grandad through objects that bring up my childhood memories linked to him.

From a place of safety

From a place of safety

From a place of safety

From a place of safety

This series is an attempt to challenge decisiveness through exploring the length and relevance of a moment and questioning the role of the photographer: is he or she capturing the moment or creating it?

This series is an attempt to challenge decisiveness through exploring the length and relevance of a moment and questioning the role of the photographer: is he or she capturing the moment or creating it?

This series is an attempt to challenge decisiveness through exploring the length and relevance of a moment and questioning the role of the photographer: is he or she capturing the moment or creating it?

This series is an attempt to challenge decisiveness through exploring the length and relevance of a moment and questioning the role of the photographer: is he or she capturing the moment or creating it?

This series is an attempt to challenge decisiveness through exploring the length and relevance of a moment and questioning the role of the photographer: is he or she capturing the moment or creating it?

This series is an attempt to challenge decisiveness through exploring the length and relevance of a moment and questioning the role of the photographer: is he or she capturing the moment or creating it?

Silvia Szucs

Ba (Hons) Photography student at the Open College of the Arts. Based in Edinburgh, Scotland.

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