Whoops, this video is for members only. If you have a membership, please log in. If not, you can definitely get access!
Already a member? Try logging in.
In 2020, Aperture and FUJIFILM commissioned five emerging photographers to each create a body of work in response to the question: What does tomorrow look like? From documenting the current political state in the US, to protests in Chile, to the intimate and beautiful in New York, the photographers captured moments that reflect on what the future could hold. In this conversation, hosted by Aperture on January 28, 2021, Brendan Embser, senior managing editor of Aperture magazine, spoke with Javier Álvarez, Gus Aronson, Widline Cadet, Yu-Chen Chiu, and Silvana Trevale about their work and what “tomorrow” looks like for them.
This event is part of Creating Stories for Tomorrow, a series produced in partnership with FUJIFILM.