The Lightbox Gallery showcases Zambian photographers, in celebration of photography as an art form.
This collection looks broadly at the fragility and dialogue of development versus wilderness space on a local and global level. It discusses the encroachment of development into our unique natural wilderness. It serves to create an awareness of our responsibility as custodians of diminishing natural landscapes and habitats, including the influence of other cultures on Zambian culture and the implications thereof.
The collection also includes a series of still works that are just that - still. Encouraging the viewer to use visual space to contemplate the fragility of our world in a global context.