American photographer Roger Ballen has lived and worked in South Africa for most of his life, creating complex, psychologically disturbing photographs. His artwork is often populated with marginalized outcasts of society who are surrealist "actors" performing in nightmarish constructed environments that are filled with found objects, graffiti, drawing, sculpture, and living and dead animals.
Ofir Barak is a photographer born and based in Jerusalem. Since 2014, he is working on a project about religions in Jerusalem, Israel. His work largely concentrates on the three major Abrahamic religions in the city - Judaism, Christianity and Islam and the people behind them.
Ofir self-published the book Mea Shearim - The Streets in 2017 about the Haredi / orthodox Jew neighborhood of Mea Shearim.
Mandy Barker is an English photographer based in Leeds.
Her work on marine plastic waste has received worldwide recognition. Her project Beyond Drifting: Imperfectly Known Animals was shortlisted for the Prix Pictet 2017; and her book published by Overlapse was nominated for the Deutsche Börse Prize 2018.
Mandy Barker has been published in many major magazines and newspapers (TIME, The Guardian, National Geographic, Wired, etc.) and exhibited in many museums and spaces dedicated to photography (The Victoria & Albert Museum and The Photographers Gallery in London, The Aperture Foundation and the United Nations Headquarters in New York).