Out of place has become sociopolitical reality as a category and a tactic.
As economic policy and environmental nonchalance leads to mass migration and to financial insecurity, populists and nationalists are capitalising. By laying narrow bounds for social inclusion and by portraying the other as a threat, they are gaining political support. Immigrants and minorities become easy scapegoats and intolerance the order of the day.
Out of place contains 32 photographs that lament this threat to pluralism and the impact of this on place. Reeling with a sense of betrayal and disappointment, the photographer made these on the move - literally running in anger.
Published in an edition of 60 copies.