On June 1st we launched the digital exhibition All We Have, showcasing intimate stories and imagery from the global coronavirus pandemic.
Confined to lockdown like so many others, our every day quickly changed when Covid-19 arrived. Looking around, we were struck by how much the pandemic was tripping up lives across the world, creating a common denominator between us all and yet amplifying divisions: physical, political and cultural borders were being drawn.
The desire to capture atmospheres across the world became urgent and hard to ignore. And so we began interviewing people and collecting their photographs.
With normalcy gone from people's lives, we have been able to capture a striking moment of self-reflection. Our project brings together these contemplative voices in the hope we might listen to each other more. These visual and verbal stories demonstrate that every individual has a beautiful story to tell, if only we give one another the time and space.
In the coming days, weeks and months we will continue to share new stories and images from this pandemic, stories of hope and fear.
We have no idea where this will go, but we hope you can dust yourself off too and join us on this journey of human connection, exploring all we have lost and all we have gained through the Covid-19 pandemic.