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18.05.2015

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Plastic sheets flutter in the wind. It is the only protection the refugees have against the rain and the cold, as well as against the curious eyes of other refugees. Often strangers, they now live in close proximity to each other, sleeping directly on concrete floors and crowding together around small fires. Photographer Dominic Nahr documented the refugee situation in Iraq for six months.

He spoke with LFI about his motivations, intuitive way of working, and the difficulty to reach closure.

Find the interview in LFI 4/2015, available as of May 22, 2015.

Dominic Nahr

Born in Switzerland in 1983, Nahr grew up in Hong Kong. He began working as a free-lance photographer while studying film in Toronto. He has won a number of prizes, including the 2009 Leica Oskar Barnack Newcomer Award for his reportage on the civil war in Congo.

www.dominicnahr.com
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