K. Flo Razowsky

I would not say I am a ‘photographer’, yet only someone kept sane through the lens of a camera.
I see the world as a series of images able to tell stories of who we are, how we relate to, support and destroy one another.
At the moment, one of my weapons of choice in this political game of life is a camera in my hands and the passion to show the world what I see through the viewfinder.
I’ve worked on photo documentation projects focusing on militarized borders and barriers using the US/Mexico border, Israel’s wall in Palestine, and the structures used to cut off Spanish-Ceuta and Melilla from Morocco. It’s about the look of borders come manifest, it’s effects on the face of the land and the people and the ramifications of borders in general.
I’ve worked on photo documentation projects to purely capture life under occupation (Palestine), I’ve worked on photo documentation projects to capture snapshots of the everyday across the world, and I’ve worked on the local, feel good, neighborhood documentation project in south Minneapolis, MN, USA called Powderhorn365.

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