Children languishing in dark cells. They are victims of alleged arbitrary justice, and they spend years without seeing the inside of a courtroom.
Nathalie Mohadjer is a german-iranian photographer.
Her photography projects are about the different aspects of living conditions, evoked through political changing’s - for instance by war and political conflict. She has producing photographic series, either working with the support of local NGOs or on her own, mainly in the balcan regions.
After moving to Paris in Summer 2007 and as a consequence of – what might be called - “postcolonial traumata” in Europe Nathalie decided to broaden her topics by paying attention to the consequences of colonization in African countries.
Works like Totems, style-life photographs about the illegal African workers in Paris or The Dungeon, prison photographs in Burundi and Elysian Fields, and further on about a repatriation camp in Burundi, are reflecting on this issue. Her work has been internationally exhibited and published.