Since 2000, Slideluck has been bringing slideshows and multimedia works to over 100 cities around the world, making us an ideal platform for discovering and promoting new talents in a communal and non-commercial environment.

The quality of our presentations has improved over the years, moving from simple analog slide shows to digital projections, and now forward into more complex multimedia.

Our choice in this section falls on projects that shine either for their photographic quality, impact, and strength, or for more technical aspects of multimedia production.

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MATTIA CROCETTI  – PIOMBINO: FROM FATHER TO SON

MATTIA CROCETTI – PIOMBINO: FROM FATHER TO SON

The 24th of April 2014, at 10.56 A.M., Lucchini S.p.A., one of the biggest iron and steel factory in Italy, turned off the last of their furnace, leading to the…

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Nicola Dipierro – IDDU

Nicola Dipierro – IDDU

  "You can imagine how I can feel here, Father, a stranger. These black rocks, this desolation, this ... this terror. This island makes me crazy. (Karin, Stromboli terra di…

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Andrea Foligni – Apuan Carbonate

Andrea Foligni – Apuan Carbonate

This project talks about the landscape transformation of the Apuan Alps in Tuscany, Italy. The Apuan Alps is a fascinating place due to its geological, botanical and landscape characteristics. It…

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Vincenzo Metodo | 3, The Soul Gear

Vincenzo Metodo | 3, The Soul Gear

Rome 2014 - 2016. For three years I have taken the tram n.3 every day, photographing with an iPhone the human river that flowed on my skin, during my daily…

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Mar Martìn | A.L.M.A.

Mar Martìn | A.L.M.A.

In the end of 2013, a high resolution image of the coldest place we know in the universe was captured by the most powerful set of telescopes in the world:…

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Sofia Bensadon | Mujeres Constructoras

Sofia Bensadon | Mujeres Constructoras

For the past years, Bolivia has undergone a growing demand in the real estate business, with the subsequent need for manual labor as construction workers. As a result, women have…

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Amak Mahmoodian | Shenasnameh

Amak Mahmoodian | Shenasnameh

Shenasnameh is the name of the official Iranian Birth Certificate. It is valid for life, but the photograph which it contains must be updated according to the standards. For a…

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Rafa Raigón | The Vigilantes

Rafa Raigón | The Vigilantes

In Andalusia, every city and every village has its Great week, its big party: "La Feria". And every worthy “La Feria” has its stall-holders; families with children and party animals;…

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Ludovica Bastianini  | My Generation

Ludovica Bastianini | My generation

This project talks about the current situation of young precarious Italians. Ludovica took several photographs of many subjects: they are between 25 and 35 years old, born in the 80s,…

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Daniele Pasci  | Non Ti Scordar Di Me

Daniele Pasci | Non Ti Scordar Di Me

The energy industry in Sardinia - an island in the South-West of Italy - has grown promising great wealth and prosperity, but in the past few years, this has led…

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Dalibor Talajic | Mountain Frame

Dalibor Talajic | Mountain Frame

  Gorski Kotar, the Croatian mountain area, has lost 30% of its population in the last 40 years. Due to lack of employment young people are constantly leaving to bigger…

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Michele De Punzio | City Of Glass

Michele De Punzio | City of Glass

  On his best walks, he was able to feel that he was nowhere. And this, Nally, was all he ever asked of things: to be nowhere. New York was the…

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Andrea Alessandrini | The Dove And The Crow

Andrea Alessandrini | The Dove and the Crow

Two white doves that were released by children standing alongside Pope Francis as a peace gesture have been attacked by other birds. As tens of thousands of people watched in…

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Pamela Maddaleno | Despite Me And You

Pamela Maddaleno | Despite me and you

  ‘Despite me and you’ is a series of grainy, rough, B&W analog photographs on the conflict between two people's intimate universe and the world that surrounds them. Our fear of…

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Jean-Marc Caimi & Valentina Piccinni | Time And Tense

Jean-Marc Caimi & Valentina Piccinni | Time and Tense

"It is not that things happen to each of us according to his fate, but that he interprets what has happened, if he has power to do so, according to…

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Andrea Boscardin | Paths / Sentieri

Andrea Boscardin | Paths / Sentieri

“Paths/Sentieri” is part of the project "Of hunting and nature", a documentary about nature, wildlife and hunting within the twelve months of the year and the four seasons. The project,…

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Filippo Venturi | Made In Korea

Filippo Venturi | Made in Korea

Until the ’60s, South Korea was almost a mediaeval country, poor and underdeveloped. After just 50 years, South Korea is now one of the most advanced countries in the world.…

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Celeste Ortiz  | Now I Think That It Is Not So Difficult To Forget

Celeste Ortiz | Now I think that it is not so difficult to forget

I’m a fine art photographer working mostly on the subject of self-portraiture. I use my own body and space, my room, to create images, films and instant photography as medium. …

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Massimiliano Pugliese | Getting Lost Is Wonderful

Massimiliano Pugliese | Getting Lost is Wonderful

"Getting Lost is Wonderful" by Massimiliano Pugliese aims to describe a very intimate and explorative emotional condition in human beings. This enigmatic work was born and developed starting from the…

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Andrea Roversi | Dauðalogn

Andrea Roversi | Dauðalogn

After being hardly hit by the global economic crisis in 2008, Iceland has been the protagonist of a miraculous recovery. The island has chosen to take a step back (or forward?) returning…

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Mimi Mollica | Terra Nostra

Mimi Mollica | Terra Nostra

Terra Nostra is a long-term personal project on Sicily's unresolved co-existence with Mafia.  As a Sicilian, Mimi looked at the complexities of a region pervaded by lawlessness and scarred by illegitimate…

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Federico Clavarino  | Ukraina Pasport

Federico Clavarino | Ukraina Pasport

‘Ukraina Pasport’ is a journey to a broken country, one longing for the West, yet oozing post-Soviet decadence.  A place where the echo of a revolution can hardly be heard, the…

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Emanuele Camerini | Beginner´s Luck

Emanuele Camerini | Beginner´s Luck

On October 28th 1996, when I was eleven, I picked the five winning numbers for the weekly Italian Lotto. That night I was the one who defined luck for someone.…

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Mattia Micheli | Friendly Fire

Mattia Micheli | Friendly Fire

As a child the thought of a shotgun behind the door of my grandfathers bedroom, kept me from entering. I was never prohibited, however, it was my innate and instinctive…

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Emanuele Occhipinti | The Flowers Of Kosmet

Emanuele Occhipinti | The flowers of Kosmet

“Kosmet” is short for “Kosovo and Metohija”, a land which has been long disputed by the Serbian and Albanian Kosovans. After the war, unleashed by Slobodan Milošević in 1999, the…

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Agnese Morganti | Chinatown Lookbook

Agnese Morganti | Chinatown Lookbook

Prato, once a model Italian city famed for its textile industry, entered a steep and dramatic decline in the 1980s. But as the final act of Prato’s industrial revolution played…

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Eileen Quinn & Valentino Bellini | Limbo

Eileen Quinn & Valentino Bellini | Limbo

“Limbo” is the first chapter of a project on migrant smuggling via land and sea in Africa through the Mediterranean. It collects the experiences of five men, and of others…

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Roberto Boccaccino | Potenza 100

Roberto Boccaccino | Potenza 100

Basilicata, Southern Italy, is a place so little apparent that anyone interested in it must expect to be heavily influenced by imagination.  Potenza 100 is a work that tells the…

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Barbara Leolini | Echoes

Barbara Leolini | Echoes

Ghosts are among the most widely believed paranormal phenomena. Cultures all around the world believe in spirits, and believe that after death there’s something more. There is not one universally…

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Lottie Davies | Quinn

Lottie Davies | Quinn

Quinn is an evolving project begun in 2014. It is the story of a fictional character, W H Quinn, who is travelling North from the South West of England, in…

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Alfonso Almendros | Family Reflections

Alfonso Almendros | Family Reflections

Alfonso Almendros is an emerging photographer from Spain who lives and works in Helsinki. "Family Reflections" was presented at Slideluck London in 2013. The project is a series of provocative…

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Jean-Marc Caimi | Daily Bread

Jean-Marc Caimi | Daily Bread

Daily Bread by French-Italian photographer and journalist, Jean-Marc Caimi is featured in Hungry Still with a personal anecdote and recipe as seen below. “I believe that there is a close…

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Verónica Balduzzi | En Busca De Un Rostro

Verónica Balduzzi | En busca de un rostro

Presented at Slideluck Buenos Aires "En busca de un rostro" (In Quest of a Face), by Veronica Balduzzi, is a project that works with the combination of photography and music…

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Sean Lee | Shauna

Sean Lee | Shauna

Singapore-based photographer Sean Lee (1985) was one of the photographers selected for Slideluck Warsaw in October 2014, with his project "Shauna". Between 2007 and 2009, Sean created another persona based…

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Phillip Toledano | A New Kind Of Beauty

Phillip Toledano | A New Kind of Beauty

“I started this project when I was taking care of my father, in the years before he died. He was in his mid-nineties so, of course, I was thinking about…

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Joanna Chudy | Silesian Ulysses

Joanna Chudy | Silesian Ulysses

"Silesian Ulysses" is a photographic record of roaming the streets of contemporary Upper Silesia, mainly the slowly disappearing miners’ housing estates. As the author of the photos thinks, Silesia –…

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Claudia Mozzillo | Siren Land

Claudia Mozzillo | Siren Land

“Siren Land" is a work inspired by my own life. It is a journey through desire and loss where the stories narrated continue outside the frames. Siren Land is somewhere…

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Kirsty Mackay | Generation Pink

Kirsty Mackay | Generation Pink

Generation Pink is a documentary photo book project recording ‘the age of pink’. Pink has become synonymous with femininity to the extent that it is easy to take it for…

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Slideluck Editorial | The Best Of 2015

Slideluck Editorial | The best of 2015

We've born just over 6 months ago and our archive has grown so much since. We tap into Slideluck cities around the world and special guests, to select what we…

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Graziano Panfili | They Are Among Us

Graziano Panfili | They are among us

"I woke up one morning half blind. The ophthalmologist said that there was no organic damage. Maybe I'd been looking too closely at pictures? And if I tried swapping them with…

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Ella Kiviniemi And Romina Vinci | Evidence

Ella Kiviniemi and Romina Vinci | Evidence

Evidence is a web documentary, telling the story of Kidane, an Eritrean refugee fighting for his asylum in Denmark. His trip resembles that of many others: every month at least…

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Francesco Romoli | Pandemonium – Artificial Intelligence

Francesco Romoli | Pandemonium – Artificial Intelligence

After a period of decline comes the turning point. The intense light that had been driven away returns. There is movement, but not caused by violence. The movement is natural,…

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Gaia Degli Esposti | Dov’è Finito Il Cielo

Gaia Degli Esposti | Dov’è Finito Il Cielo

"Weary, a night the earth tremble. Making a lot of noise. Falling asleep leaves big ruts in the fields and the sky entered into the houses, in the rooms, with…

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Agnese Morganti | WAVES

Agnese Morganti | WAVES

WAVES is both a multimedia project and a photographic reportage of daily life in South Korea, shot over a period of twelve days in the cities of Seoul and Busan in…

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Sonia Hamza | Les Couleurs De Tôkyô

Sonia Hamza | Les Couleurs de Tôkyô

“This series Les Couleurs de Tôkyô has been inspired by a trip of several months in and around Tôkyô and through these images I wanted to explore the daily life…

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Rafael Arocha | Medianoche

Rafael Arocha | Medianoche

Medianoche refers to a fleeting moment – a line that divides one moment in time from another. It is the time in which a transformation happens, a metamorphosis, from an…

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Spike Johnson | Of The Same Life – Releasing Maynmar’s Child Soldiers

Spike Johnson | Of The Same Life – Releasing Maynmar’s Child Soldiers

There has been steady pressure on the Myanmar Army and non-state armies to fall in line with human rights standards of ASEAN (the Association of Southeast Asian Nations) and International…

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Jordan Tiberio | Lacuna

Jordan Tiberio | Lacuna

This photo series by Jordan Tiberio explores the degradation of our memories and the fantasies we create about our ex-lovers’ new romance. They represent both the memories we have remembered…

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Dougie Wallace | Stags, Hens And Bunnies

Dougie Wallace | Stags, Hens and Bunnies

Dougie Wallace has captured a town heaving with everything from bunny girls to banana men. Girls dressed in togas, all matching gold handbags and neatly-done hair, giving it the ‘when…

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Piergiorgio Casotti | Sometimes I Cannot Smile

Piergiorgio Casotti | Sometimes I Cannot Smile

Piergiorgio Casotti is an italian documentary photographer, based in Italy. Since 2009 Casotti has been photographing and filming in east Greenland trying to paint the social, cultural and environmental landscape…

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Emanuele Camerini | The Twelfth Night

Emanuele Camerini | The Twelfth Night

It is believed that once a year, on the Twelfth Night after Christmas, something special happens in Kalsoy, one of the Faroe Islands.  On that night, seals come ashore, shed…

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Tomasz Lazar | Theater Of Life

Tomasz Lazar | Theater of Life

In Ancient Greece people were believed to be only actors, playing roles written by powerful gods. Nowadays, mass media took the place of gods. As a result of fast changing technological…

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Alexander Aksakov | 365 Dreams

Alexander Aksakov | 365 Dreams

Alexander Aksakov (b. 1986, Russia) is a freelance photographer based in St. Petersburg. 365, presented at Slideluck London and also a book published by Akina Books, is a journey through…

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Jean-Marc Caimi & Valentina Piccinni | Maidan

Jean-Marc Caimi & Valentina Piccinni | Maidan

The night of 21 November 2013 a protest erupted in Kiev as a response to a fallen-through European deal. It soon became a nationwide turmoil to oust a corrupt government…

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Amy Elkins | Black Is The Day, Black Is The Night

Amy Elkins | Black is the Day, Black is the Night

"Black is the Day, Black is the Night" is a conceptual exploration into the many facets of human identity using notions of time, accumulation, memory and distance through personal correspondence…

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Misha Vallejo | Yachacs

Misha Vallejo | Yachacs

Protected by the Taita Imbabura and the Mama Cotacachi volcanoes, Iluman, a small indigenous village in the north of Ecuador, wakes up with the singing of roosters early in the…

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Marie Sjøvold | At Night Everyone Is Alone

Marie Sjøvold | At night everyone is alone

The Hour of the Wolf is the hour between night and dawn. It is the hour when most people die, when sleep is deepest, when nightmares are most real. It…

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Joanna Chudy | Postcards From Travels

Joanna Chudy | Postcards from Travels

“This is a sentimental and personal journey... a story of images brought from travels, stored for years as holiday souvenir. Over time, the images disappear and my memory narrows down…

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Sofía Santaclara | Astígmata

Sofía Santaclara | Astígmata

It thrills me to collect unique pieces for my “Cabinet of curiosities”, as if I was mimicking those that in the XVII century used to keep oddities, rarities and extraordinary…

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Boris Eldagsen | How To Disappear Completely, The POEMS

Boris Eldagsen | How to disappear completely, The POEMS

“My work revolves around the idea of losing yourself, from the metaphysical to the erotic. I photograph at night to explore the limits of depiction. Rather than exploring stories, a…

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Jean-Marc Caimi & Valentina Piccinni | Death Metal

Jean-Marc Caimi & Valentina Piccinni | Death Metal

Taranto, Italy. The consequences of the ILVA deadly pollution. The factory of ILVA in Taranto is a 12.000 employees steel factory. During the first months of 2012, a police investigation…

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Fan Shi San | The Two Of Us

Fan Shi San | The Two of Us

"The Two Of Us" by Fan Shi San was featured in Hungry Still, a Slideluck London retrospective unique photo cook-book, in which artists were asked to think of a recipe…

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Álvaro Laiz | Transmongolian

Álvaro Laiz | Transmongolian

"Transmongolian" by Álvaro Laiz (Spain, 1981) is the representation of a world of solitude and crushed dreams within the Mongolian community of homosexuals and transgender. “Transgender people usually live in…

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Jean-Marc Caimi – Valentina Piccinni | War Dreams

Jean-Marc Caimi – Valentina Piccinni | War Dreams

What do you see when you close your eyes? A simple question was asked to a group of mostly young Ukrainian soldiers of a military base near Donetsk, prior their departure…

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Laura Hynd | Lady Into Hut

Laura Hynd | Lady Into Hut

The hut sits quietly in the hills as the valley moves and sighs, but it sits with the effect of a monumental tomb. Defiant. Lavishing its influence, denying its love.…

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Álvaro Laiz | Wonderland

Álvaro Laiz | Wonderland

The Orinoco Delta was first colonized by the humans back in Medium Neolithic. 8.000 years ago the Warao, one of the last native south american people, have taken shelter inside…

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Jean-Marc Caimi & Valentina Piccinni | Forcella

Jean-Marc Caimi & Valentina Piccinni | Forcella

Forcella is stabbed into the deepest guts of Naples. It's the oldest and small neighbourhood of the city, known as the home to the most violent and fierce mafia gangs.…

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Pierfrancesco Celada | Japan, I Wish I Knew Your Name

Pierfrancesco Celada | Japan, I wish I knew your name

Pierfrancesco Celada is one the artists featured in Hungry Still, the Slideluck London photo cook-book retrospective featuring photography projects paired with personal anecdotes and recipes provided by the artists. This…

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