Help Michelle and Cecilie with their exhibition!

Michelle Cagáňová and Cecilie Fang are 2 photography students who share one apartment. Now they got the opportunity to share one exhibition space for their recent projects at Rotterdam photo festival 2021!

We’re ghjnmldhbsduh GRATEFUL and happy about having been selected for ‘Rotterdam Photo 2021’. A photo festival that will take place in Rotterdam from 4th till 7th of February 2021 shedding light on one theme: Planet human.

Yet, to make this become reality, we do need to rent a space. A lovely moveable container with the cost of 800 euros that we can fill up with light, heat, and our printed babies for 4 days.
The price is also including: Promotional costs, heating ,personal digital invitation,
electricity and name plate.

A container that we unfortunately find difficult to afford ourselves as international students in the Netherlands, already struggling with paying rent and tuition fees. Especially during the global pandemic, we are so grateful for the possibility to be able to physically exhibit our work.

Every euro can help us to successfully get our first shared exhibition ! You can be a part of it<3
Ulirada Satinge by Michelle,
is a project where  I was hoping to capture the moment when my subjects think about themselves. The transition into their own daydream, that moment of creation of another universe. The one, that in the eyes of an uninvolved observer seems to be tiny and untouchable. But in the eyes of the daydreamer, it is vast, full of beauty and possibilities, limited solely by our perception and understanding of the world.

This series will be also featured in Cypress magazine in Copenhagen.

See the full project here:

I see better in the dark By Cecilie.
We create. We exist. We leave.
A neighborhood always seems different in the dark. No hustle or bustle. Left till itself in the darkness. It changes character. You start noticing unusual things, when the streets suddenly turn dark and are empty of people, but filled with soothing light and shadows from the human created street lights. It’s like smaller details suddenly catch your attention. Certain objects suddenly appear stronger when there is no movement from people hurrying around. They all seem alone in a sense – like they don’t belong. Alienated in the landscape and environment that they are in. All created by us. Placed by us. Left by us.

This project was featured in C41 Magazine. See the full project below:

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