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#3 - Nadja Makhlouf - Photographer and Filmmaker cover
The Talking Canvas Podcast

#3 - Nadja Makhlouf - Photographer and Filmmaker

#3 - Nadja Makhlouf - Photographer and Filmmaker

40min |02/06/2020
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#3 - Nadja Makhlouf - Photographer and Filmmaker cover
#3 - Nadja Makhlouf - Photographer and Filmmaker cover
The Talking Canvas Podcast

#3 - Nadja Makhlouf - Photographer and Filmmaker

#3 - Nadja Makhlouf - Photographer and Filmmaker

40min |02/06/2020
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For this third episode, I interviewed Nadja Makhlouf, a Franco-Algerian photographer and videomaker based in Paris. 

Nadja’s documentary work revolves around a single obsession: to make visible those who are not, and shed a light on hidden or simply forgotten stories.

This is why women are often the main character of her shots, no matter whether they are living a normal life in Northern Algeria or they have fought for independence.   

After having studied documentary photography at the University of Aix-Marseille, Nadja embarked on a personal project called "Algérie, algériennes" (Algeria, Algerians) to explore the status of women in the country where she’s originally from. 

With Nadja, we talked about how art can help you become a subject when you fear remaining an object, the Algerian war and why thinking that being a feminist antagonizes being a Muslim is a profoundly wrong idea. 

Nadja on Instagram: Nadja Makhlouf 

Nadja’s Portfolio: Nadja Makhlouf

Nadja’s latest reportage on Ramadan in lockdown 

The Talking Canvas Podcast on Instagram 

The Talking Canvas Podcast on Facebook

Reach out at thetalkingcanvaspodcast@gmail.com

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For this third episode, I interviewed Nadja Makhlouf, a Franco-Algerian photographer and videomaker based in Paris. 

Nadja’s documentary work revolves around a single obsession: to make visible those who are not, and shed a light on hidden or simply forgotten stories.

This is why women are often the main character of her shots, no matter whether they are living a normal life in Northern Algeria or they have fought for independence.   

After having studied documentary photography at the University of Aix-Marseille, Nadja embarked on a personal project called "Algérie, algériennes" (Algeria, Algerians) to explore the status of women in the country where she’s originally from. 

With Nadja, we talked about how art can help you become a subject when you fear remaining an object, the Algerian war and why thinking that being a feminist antagonizes being a Muslim is a profoundly wrong idea. 

Nadja on Instagram: Nadja Makhlouf 

Nadja’s Portfolio: Nadja Makhlouf

Nadja’s latest reportage on Ramadan in lockdown 

The Talking Canvas Podcast on Instagram 

The Talking Canvas Podcast on Facebook

Reach out at thetalkingcanvaspodcast@gmail.com

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For this third episode, I interviewed Nadja Makhlouf, a Franco-Algerian photographer and videomaker based in Paris. 

Nadja’s documentary work revolves around a single obsession: to make visible those who are not, and shed a light on hidden or simply forgotten stories.

This is why women are often the main character of her shots, no matter whether they are living a normal life in Northern Algeria or they have fought for independence.   

After having studied documentary photography at the University of Aix-Marseille, Nadja embarked on a personal project called "Algérie, algériennes" (Algeria, Algerians) to explore the status of women in the country where she’s originally from. 

With Nadja, we talked about how art can help you become a subject when you fear remaining an object, the Algerian war and why thinking that being a feminist antagonizes being a Muslim is a profoundly wrong idea. 

Nadja on Instagram: Nadja Makhlouf 

Nadja’s Portfolio: Nadja Makhlouf

Nadja’s latest reportage on Ramadan in lockdown 

The Talking Canvas Podcast on Instagram 

The Talking Canvas Podcast on Facebook

Reach out at thetalkingcanvaspodcast@gmail.com

Description

For this third episode, I interviewed Nadja Makhlouf, a Franco-Algerian photographer and videomaker based in Paris. 

Nadja’s documentary work revolves around a single obsession: to make visible those who are not, and shed a light on hidden or simply forgotten stories.

This is why women are often the main character of her shots, no matter whether they are living a normal life in Northern Algeria or they have fought for independence.   

After having studied documentary photography at the University of Aix-Marseille, Nadja embarked on a personal project called "Algérie, algériennes" (Algeria, Algerians) to explore the status of women in the country where she’s originally from. 

With Nadja, we talked about how art can help you become a subject when you fear remaining an object, the Algerian war and why thinking that being a feminist antagonizes being a Muslim is a profoundly wrong idea. 

Nadja on Instagram: Nadja Makhlouf 

Nadja’s Portfolio: Nadja Makhlouf

Nadja’s latest reportage on Ramadan in lockdown 

The Talking Canvas Podcast on Instagram 

The Talking Canvas Podcast on Facebook

Reach out at thetalkingcanvaspodcast@gmail.com

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