All I Own by Sannah Kvist

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The living quarters for most eighties babies today is simple, compact and modern. Swedish photographer Sannah Kvist wanted to create a portrait of her generation’s living environment in her “All I Own” photo series. She invited her friends and acquaintances to stock all of their belongings in a corner of their room and photographed them together. This project shows how quickly we can go through our possessions because of our constant need to consume and throw out. It’s easy for many of us to lose interest in our valuables and then replace them every chance we get unlike generations before us. If my mom did this, all her stuff would be spilling out into the streets.

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