Phyllis Galembo has been photographing masked revelers in ritual performances since 1987. Galembo has made over twenty trips to sites of ritual masquerade in Africa and the Caribbean.
She has photographed Carnaval in Jacmel, Haiti capturing annual performances, as well as African rites masks. One of her most known series of photographs are the Sacred Arts of Haitian Vodou.
West Africa, Phyllis Galembo (c) taken from booooooom
Is it possible to travel through time? Not with sophisticated tech machinery but via photography. After all, who says that travelling via photography isn’t sophisticated?!
Those are some questions on which Ana Peraica is trying to find the answer within photography projects Negativeland and Positiveland.
From Negativeland series by Ana Peraica (c)
Glass negative of Nikola Kuzmanic, Leica lens in B&W vs color conversion