Marcin Liminowicz is a multidisciplinary artist from Warsaw, PL. Mainly working with photography, video and publishing. His practices focuses on how physical space reveals itself in its socio-political consequences. Marcin has studied in Film School in Lodz, Poland. At the moment he is also a student at The Institute Of Creative Photography in Opava, Czech Republic and resident at FABRICA Communication Research Centre in Treviso, Italy. This September Marcin Liminowicz released a self-published photography book “No Shoes in the House” on inhabiting in post-war Berlin.
Getting close to his grandma, Mushfiqur Rahman explores the life of a person affected by Alzheimer and how the things he sees don’t happen only to his grandmother but to many other elderly people in his country and the world.
Launched this summer, the Hundred Heroines: Celebrating Women in Photography Today is a campaign initiated by the Royal Photographic Society and it aims at celebrating women photographers from all over the world.