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Under the Shadow of the Sun[1] author: Nadir Bucan (Turkey)
Description On the Way Home.
The children are carrying milk bins on the donkeys to the village. They have to pass these difficult roads twice a day because their herd is far away from the village.
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Turkey-borned photographer Nadir Bucan started to take photos with an analog camera in 1999 when digital photography had not declare its dominance yet. His works resulting of his photo tour experience widens our horizon with surprising and historical photographs.
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“Changes in communication technologies have affected living styles of humans as well. Especially as television transformed the world into a global village, it also laid the milestones of a monotonous society made of consumers. Not only internet technologies widened the borders of this global village, but also wiped out time and location concepts and gradually reduced humane experiences. Today, a network society squeezed in the electronic atmosphere of virtual world is mentioned.

There are traditional villages where area networks cannot reach, for certain, despite of all technological developments. It is a good thing that life, touching water and soil, is still continuing in these locations ignored by technologies and where humane experiences continue to exist...... They exist quietly in these locations where technology is not superior but assistive and dominance of the nature on culture is absolute.

...... When you pass steep roads and reach the distant mountain villages, a life welcomes you which some of us never met, which remained in the childhood of some of us and will never come back again. This life is an anti-thesis of techno life surrounded by objects and spatial practices of the global village.”

More information at nadirbucan.com



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