SUDAN SPECIAL - ULA OSMAN Written By
Ula Osman 23 years old, former media and communication coordinator and executive manager for minister office at Ministry of Labour and social development until September 2021.
Self-taught photographer and portrait photographer trying to explore and mix between art and documentary photography, and focusing on social development, civic engagement, Sudanese identity and resistance.
Highlighting women resistance and the role of women in the Sudanese revolution by representing their issues and how they are trying to find solutions.
I am documenting all aspects of women's lives and experiences to reinvent notions of creativity and confidence in the realm of women.
which materialises itself in the photographing of subjects that exude resilience, power, and a humbling sense of confidence. Also works to highlight overlooked parts such as feelings texture trauma peace love community and gender identity.
There is no life without justice, justice must be applied between the members of the Sudanese society first. We have to accept our differences and our ethnic diversity. We have to unite and leave the other battles and focus on getting Sudan out of this dark tunnel before we lose sight completely.
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