Search algorithms continually influence what images are seen online. How does this relate to lived experiences of discrimination? How can this connection be made visible? Autograph’s Bindi Vora speaks to British-Mexican artist Monica Alcazar-Duarte about her new photography and research.
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Images, from top: 1) Monica Alcazar-Duarte, From the shadows they never stop coming [crop], 2019. From the series Second Nature. 2) Monica Alcazar-Duarte, All we have left are lemons [crop], 2019. From the series Second Nature. 3) Monica Alcazar-Duarte, Here to be caught, 2019. From the series Second Nature. 4) Monica Alcazar-Duarte, We are all cheap labour, 2019. From the series Second Nature.
All images in this article are courtesy of and © Monica Alcazar-Duarte.
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