That type of background made me develop an interest in long-term projects and in going deep into stories. I am interested in cultural and sexual diversity, in urban tribes, in marginal sectors of society, but also in the elite and power relations. For now, I am interested in comprehending and telling a necessary story: one of the transvestite and transsexual Ecuadorian community in Paris, a group of people erased from the social memory of the country I come from.” Santiago Rosero Quito, Ecuador, 1978
Trans Ecuadorian community in Paris
by Santiago Rosero (Ecuador)
Trans Ecuadorian community in Paris. “Since 2003, I have worked as a freelance journalist for magazines and newspapers in Latin America, and most of my written works (narrative journalism) have been illustrated with my own photographs. I did a master degree in Social Sciences and I am a member of an art collective that makes projects on popular culture and contemporary art.
Portfolio from the Documentaire workshop with Patrick Zachmann, June 2012.
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