Monica Alcazar-Duarte is a British-Mexican cultural interventionist non-fiction photographer. Born in Mexico City and being a migrant, has deeply influenced her way of thinking and seeing. Her projects are, at some level, acts of survival. A personal, private attempt that grows into a need of getting together with the public. Anchored to meticulous research, Monica’s works question the very essence of what moves things, and serve as intervention into the carving of socio-political apathy, as well as a way to break the biases and the current status quo. Please visit Monica’s website for her complete bio and to see samples of her projects.