Camilla Miliani
Photographer
Camilla Miliani (Elba Island, 1997) is a young photographer who works mainly in documentary photography both in Italy and abroad. In 2020 she won...
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Árvoredavida 3
Fine Art Print / Limited Edition

Mozambique, 2021
The photographic project carried out in collaboration with We World Onlus aims to tell the story of the process of climate change in a country hit hard by the same: Mozambique.
Rising temperatures cause uncontrolled and violent cyclones to devastatingly hit this wonderful as well as welcoming East African land.
The country, which has a difficult political, economic and social situation, has found itself facing a ‘climate emergency without, however, having adequate means of communication, first aid and organizational.
We World Onlus through its projects raises awareness among the inhabitants of the most remote villages in the province of Manica with respect to climate change and the resulting environmental disasters.
In 2019 Cyclone Idai hit both the coast and inland Mozambique with brutal and unexpected violence: the strong winds and walls of ‘water swept away everything in their path: houses, food, animals, human lives. The same thing happens in 2021 following the passage of cyclones Eloise, Kenneth and in 2022 Gombe.
My photographic project recounts the action of the cyclone through the experiences of those few survivors who found their salvation by taking refuge for days above the trees in the forests surrounding the destroyed villages. Stories of human resilience that make us reflect on the importance of being able to acquire a new awareness related to respecting the environment in which we live.
The tree becomes a natural symbol of salvation. The project is a window that opens to world problems related to the growing and harmful disharmony between man and nature.

Fine Art Print
11 x 17 in / 27.9 x 43.2 cm (Approx.)

Limited Editions of 12 for Artpil

30 Under 30 Women Photographers 2023
Online Exhibition: November 5 – December 16, 2023

Torino Art Week / Artpil x Recontemporary
Artists Reception: November 7, 2023 / 6–9 pm

Digital signature of artist & Authentication on back

$320$360

Italy

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Camilla Miliani
Photographer
Camilla Miliani (Elba Island, 1997) is a young photographer who works mainly in documentary photography both in Italy and abroad. In 2020 she won...
Profile | Collection
30 Under 30 Women Photographers
Annual Selection
Founded in 2010, 30 Under 30 Women Photographers has helped emerging, mid-career, as well as some accomplished women photographers to gain further exposure and...
Profile | Collection