Colombia: "lost images on the wall"
17 September 2019. "It is quite normal for someone like me, engaged in self-dialogue, to be looking for lost images on the walls."
Ricardo reacts to Bertrand Gaudillère's photograph about the sense of sight.
Who is to speak for the sense of sight?
17 September 2019. We have asked some prisoners, which countries, walls, and cultures separate, to talk -from Bertrand Gaudillère’s images- about their perception of sight.
USA: "the story of black and white"
17 September 2019. "I feel terribly pained for the many persons who disbelieve that from out of the darkness arrives the light. The hurt as I draw parallels between black and white, as I do prison and freedom."
Tewhan reacts to Bertrand Gaudillère's photograph about the sense of sight.
Source — Dawn
Philippines: Lacson wants steps to tackle corruption in Bilibid prison
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