Many objects punctuate the urban landscape and reveal the narrative of the people who designed and built it. The dead pay phone is one such object.
While some borders are porous, others separate much more than mere territory. Annelise Hagar documents life and resistance behind and alongside the wall that divides Israel and the West Bank.
The vast tailings of South Africa’s gold and copper mines have given rise to an informal scavenger economy. What many see as waste, the immigrant laborers of the mine dumps see as a vital source of income.