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Peephole 2021

Digital print photography, UV-printed letters on the glass
46.5 x 36 cm


The photo series, Peephole, portrays the many perspectives of Asian migrants who live in Europe. Since COVID-19, anti-Asian xenophobia has increased all over the world. Under the pretext of preventing COVID-19, anti-Asian racism became acceptable in society. However, the weight of the racism issue is insufficient in day-to-day life. The mass media has reported anti-Asian xenophobia cases, hence, how fear has permeated even at home, which should be a safe space. 

The Peephole perspective represents negative emotions, such as: anxiety, fear, despair, and depression. In addition, the UV-printed newspaper articles on the glass during ten months of COVID-19 amplify these emotions.






Photography: Matthias Kendler










Photography: Matthias Kendler







Photography: Matthias Kendler