The Otherworldy Photographs of Flannery O'kafka

Updated: Nov 29, 2019

For issue #3, Motherland, Flannery O'kafka allows us to publish her new work-in-progress project, Confusing Thirst for Hunger (2018).

In this series, O'kafka continues her exploration of what she describes as her 'almost history', using photography to consolidate the conflicts of life she is confronted with through experiences of immigration, adoption, religion, and family. This consolidation is demonstrated in her diptych style - though through their vibrant, otherwordly and uncanny aesthetics, the world narrative she depicts is obstructed from ever materialising past an imagined possibility.

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