Drawing on personal heritage and fictional future projections, Sophia Al-Maria’s protagonists reflect on the narratives and languages they have inherited as children of various colonial legacies.
Fernanda De Icaza got her degree in Photography in 2013. Born and raised in Mexico City she grew up feeling constantly overwhelmed by her surroundings and found in photographic praxis a way to process reality. In 2015 she traveled to Japan and became a student in a small temple. Zen practice served as research to help start her ongoing project “月心 (Gesshin)” which explores reclusion, monastic life, and the concept of renouncing the world. After two years, she left Japan and returned home to focus on developing a solid photographic career. She is currently living in Mexico and makes a living by documenting various artistic practices.