São Paulo photographer, Marina Nacamuli’s ongoing series captures the anti-social behaviours of the generation born in the 80s
Words by Marina Nacamuli
Why Generation is a project about the generation born of the 80’s, my generation. Between alcohol, drugs, voyeurism, anti-social behaviours and blasphemy, I document people around me, believing we are all like this, and being sure that this is a way to survive in the world we live in today. The photos are honest portraits of this generation full of anxiety, and more often than not, not remembered by the subjects involved.
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