/ 2017 / Nature / Other_N
While publications about animals are usually intended for hunters,
wildlife photographers, environmentalists or animal owners, I
believe animals represent a topic of interest beyond these specific
contexts – I have been researching the subject passionately for the
last three years.
This series showcases a culturally-diverse selection of stories that
describe unexpected man-animal interactions: visit of a “Fukuro
café” in Tokyo – where clients spend time with different kinds of
wild nocturnal birds of prey, a live Blue Swimmer Crab sold on a
Hong Kong market, a snapshot of a documentary maker, a dry
snake used in China to treat arthritis and an expensive song bird
in its sculpted cage.
Laurence Kubski is a Swiss photographer and graphic designer, working mainly in the editorial, cultural and advertising fields. She studied at at ECAL / University of Art and Design Lausanne: Master in Art direction (graduated 2015), Bachelor in Graphic Design (graduated 2010).
Nominated for the Voies Off, the SAIF Revelation, and Lacritique.org Awards for the Voies Off Festival 23rd edition
P?3 Prix de la Photographie (gold), Paris 2018
1st prize, vfg Swiss Young Talent Award of Photography
PDN Emerging Photographer award, Fall 2017
Shortlisted, Grand Prix Images Vevey 2017/2018
P?3 Prix de la Photographie (bronze), Paris 2018
Life Framer award, ?Civilization? competition
Finalist, The Independent Photographer ?Emerging Talent Awards?
Residency at HKDI/Hong Kong Design Institute
ECAL / University of Art and Design Director award