While collaborative practices are not new to documentary photography, the national, environmental, and digital contexts in which people are 'making together' have been changing to a large degree. Today’s topical issues have made the need to question myths and ideologies related to photographic authorship more urgent. Increasingly, photographers are integrating participatory, collaborative practices into their documentary projects. The fourth issue of Trigger looks at how togetherness leads in different and often opposing directions. It can be bordered, but also thrive in the borderlands. With contributions by Kaali Collective, Hettie Judah, Rehab Eldalil, Hoda Afshar and more.
88 pages, 24 x 32 cm, softcover, Fw: Books (Amsterdam).