I was fascinated to learn about Lazaretta and thought my work felt relevant to that. These quarantine stations that were usually on the port would leave the people in it with a view but very little access to the city or civilization. Taking these photos standing at my balcony felt like my own Lazaret, watching people as they passed by, lived their life and did everyday activities, and yet gave me so little access to reach out to them.
Living in our little quarantine stations during this global event has also made us look at our every day differently, suddenly we are all stopping to notice things we didn’t have time for before, whether it is people watching from our balconies or little bits and pieces of nature growing in our neighborhoods, there is a collective observation among all of us.
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