The project ‘Interspaces’ was produced during the first lockdown in Brussels, arising from the need to document and archive a unique moment in history, a hitherto unknown situation and people’s reaction to it.
Limitations to movement, the closing of shops and cultural institutions, the wearing of masks – even in open spaces – and the fear of the virus, all shaped a new look for the city which now takes on the appearance of scenery. Patron of the exhibition: Economic and Commercial Office of the Embassy of Belgium in Croatia.
PHOTOS WERE EXHIBITED IN ORIS HOUSE OF ARCHITECTURE IN ZAGREB AND ARE AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE.
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