Ten years in the making, Survivors is an ambitious photographic narrative about the surviving victims of the Armenian genocide, which includes portraits, interior scenes, witness testimonies and archival photographs. The project shows the significance of photography in forging an understanding of 1915 and its impact on individual identities.

The photographs in Survivors are not a memento mori, but a form of storytelling. They turn us into witnesses who must see, listen and find some form of redemption by giving these victims back the dignity of individual identity that was once erased.

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