Eva Sajovic is Slovenian born, socially engaged artist photographer, living and working in London. Her work explores the drivers of global displacement such as regeneration, climate change, poverty, trafficking and culture. She works as a Theory Lecturer at UAL’s Chelsea College of Art and as an Associate Lecturer at Central Saint Martins.
Sajovic exhibits internationally. Her work has been commissioned by Tate, Whitechapel Gallery, The National Archives, Ffotogallery, Cuming museum, 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning, 47/04, PARC, Siobhan Davies Dance; and supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, the Heritage Lottery Fund, Arts Council England, the European Commission, Darat Al Funun Foundation, University of The Arts and the Ministry of Culture Slovenia.
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How can we use participatory photography as a tool for emancipation, unlearning assumed hierarchies between artists,...