Photographer Fatima-Tuj- Johora is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay. From the series ‘Mind’s Eye’. To see Fatima’s body of work, click on any image.
This series represents many things to me during the pandemic. In these strange countless days, I’m trying to adapt to a new norm. I look at the sky, look at the ground, look right at the left. There are thousands of scattered stories floating around me. I used this experiences to turn my fantasies into visuals. So, I took all photos for this series in Black and White.
Then I picked the floating imaginary colors from my mind and brushed the photos with them. Isolation forces us to tap into a new part of our creativity that we wouldn’t normally access. Everything is a bit confusing and up in the air, but still, everybody tries best to keep looking forward. During this quarantine, many have been faced with their own personal insecurities about their appearance.
This pandemic has changed our existence, and we are all trying to turn back colors in our lives in a different way.
All images and text © Fatima-Tuj- Johora
By Fatima-Tuj- Johora
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