72 HOURS by Emily Dodd-Noble 

72 HOURS by Emily Dodd-Noble 

Introducing 72 Hours by Emily Dodd-Noble. A Berlin-based mostly photographer who has lately completed the challenge 72 Hours. The function attributes analogue photos taken during the underground rave scene, in Berlin, lockdown 2021.

I moved to Berlin December 2020 and the illustrations or photos depict the moment in which I fulfilled people today for the 1st time.

Within the mainstream party scene in Berlin, images is prohibited so these visuals depict a scene that is in any other case not able to be documented.

“The illustrations or photos showcase communities that prior to Covid have been submersed in the club scene, however, due to Covid, these pictures just depict what was heading on underground. Inside Berlin the celebration scene did not go absent just for the reason that of Covid, it simply just shifted. The queer get together communities simply just uncovered other risk-free areas to go and these photographs are a appreciate letter to all those that located these spaces since they essential to come to feel connected to like-minded many others and categorical themselves.”

Emily Dodd-Noble is a Berlin-centered, analogue photographer who appears to be like to seize the uncooked and authentic, personal minute of interaction involving herself and the issue issue Dodd-Noble focuses on the lovely authenticity of one’s persona, and their unapologetic perception of self.

Dodd-Noble attends voguing balls, queer underground parties, drag shows and queer festivals, with the intention of photographing people today from queer, non-binary, BIPOC and LBGTQIA+ communities. Through her, images Dodd-Noble aims to clearly show individuals the energy of their uniqueness and enable them to rejoice how their legitimate self, despite currently being unique, is immensely beautiful.


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