Bogota
Colombia

Port de la Chapelle
France

Port de la Chapelle
France

Disposable Perspective's second series, taken by people living in Bogota, Colombia, after leaving Venezuela over the summer of 2017. These images and the messages accompanying them offer a unique and humbling insight into the lives of those forced to leave their homes. Though seldom reaching headlines in the UK the situation for many Venezuelans remains grave and this exhibition seeks to offer an alternative to Eurocentric reporting on 'the refugee crisis'.


At the end of 2016, 15 disposable cameras were given out to people living in Paris’s newly opened Porte de la Chapelle camp.

8 were returned with various reasons for the 7 lost including police brutality, an issue totally underplayed in the press and experienced by people shockingly often.

The ones returned have been developed with exciting results and we are now working on exhibiting the photos. This exhibition is both to platform the views of those involved and a reminder that despite the Jungle clearance, help and aid is still very much required across Europe and the Middle East.

At the end of 2016, 15 disposable cameras were given out to people living in Paris’s newly opened Porte de la Chapelle camp.

8 were returned with various reasons for the 7 lost including police brutality, an issue totally underplayed in the press and experienced by people shockingly often.

The ones returned have been developed with exciting results and we are now working on exhibiting the photos. This exhibition is both to platform the views of those involved and a reminder that despite the Jungle clearance, help and aid is still very much required across Europe and the Middle East.