Thursday, 9 May 2013

A tragic embrace from politicised reporting media

How awful, that in this photographic embrace two people have been tragically killed.

I don't like to look at it much but it seems to catch the feeling of tragedy for the whole country of Bangladesh and other places on the sub continent that houses these dangerous factories to make the garments that countries like Australia buy.

Its an important image in this study in that it forces the reflexivity of dealing with an unfair world-our own mortality, and the chance operations that await out individual lives.

It is in stark contrast to the celebratory embrace in this study, but if considering all embraces, an important political one that asks ourselves of being grateful to be alive.

April 25, 2013. Two victims amid the rubble of a garment factory building collapse in Savar, near Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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