Kerstin Hacker

Kerstin is a documentary photographer and course leader for the MA Photography and BA Photography at the Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University. As CUSP fellow, her photographic research is also aiming to be a conduit for dialogue around the meanings of sustainable prosperity in the developing world, and help fostering a discussion on latent moral assumptions of the West on how to deal with poverty and development.

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Fostering Visual Self-Governance in Zambia | Blog by Kerstin Hacker
Documentary photographer and CUSP fellow Kerstin Hacker is investigating the developing consumer culture of Lusaka (Zambia) and examines photographically the emergence of a new cultural sector. Her project is set out to enable artists to participate meaningfully in the debate around sustainability and prosperity of the sector and the country as whole. In this blog she introduces her work.