Imagery beyond Borders: Life in Forty Eight, is a Global Photography Project created by Bodhikai Imagery. The goal is to bring together people from diverse international locations to bridge cultures, customs, and geography through means of photography.
Bodhikai Imagery will be sending two disposable cameras a month, for the duration of 2014, to different locations around the world, in order for the photographer to document their daily life as they know it. Upon receiving their cameras, the photographers must capture all images over the course of 48 hours.
There will be an exhibition featuring all involved, in Seattle, sometime in 2015. The exhibition will be using MOAB to represent their images. Be sure to check out their project as well as our paper used at the exhibit by Melanie Boling Barrow!