Taraki x EBE Creative Workshop: Photography with Hark1karan
The making of PIND - A photographic journey and well-being
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Join an interactive session with photographer Hark1karan as he shares his journey creating PIND and visually capturing Punjab. Learn how the project came about and how it was captured. There will be an opportunity to take part in discussions on the photos from the book with themes covering topics such as: well being during the creative process, looking inwards, narrative, responsibility and belonging.
We encourage anyone who is curious about photography and visual storytelling to come along. You don't need to have any photography experience and this is a safe space to just listen, discover storytelling with photography or share your thoughts!
About PIND and Hark1karan:
Hark1karan is South London born community photographer capturing life in London and the experience of Punjabi’s and Sikhs in the UK.
PIND: Portrait of a Village in Rural Punjab, for the first time shows life in rural Punjab, through an intimate and human lens. 139 photos over 192 pages. 600 copies of the debut book by Hark1karan. PIND documents life in Hark1Karan’s ancestral village of Bir Kalan, in Punjab, India. Through a collection of documentary photographs, spanning 3 dedicated trips, the photobook captures everyday life for the first time. Taking the viewer up close and personal like never before. The collection of photographs covers a range of themes in village life, showing how people live, work, socialise, learn and go about their daily rituals. The project is self-funded, self-published and self-distributed.