Bring Back Our Girls: Kidnapping of Nigerian School Girls provokes and international outrage | IMPACT Books & Art

Bring Back Our Girls: Kidnapping of Nigerian School Girls provokes an international outrage

Bring Back Our Girls: Kidnapping of Nigerian School Girls provokes and international outrage | IMPACT Books & Art

This image was taken by Glenna Gordon and is a part of her "Abducted Nigerian School Girls" series. I really like this photo in the series because I think it is really nice to see how one of the school girls work books had an image of the Eiffel Tower on it. To me this shows that the girls had big dreams of travel and adventure, which in turn makes it a much more powerful image once you realise that she has been kidnapped.

This image was taken by Glenna Gordon and is a part of her "Abducted Nigerian School Girls" series. I really like this photo in the series because I think it is really nice to see how one of the school girls work books had an image of the Eiffel Tower on it. To me this shows that the girls had big dreams of travel and adventure, which in turn makes it a much more powerful image once you realise that she has been kidnapped.

This image was taken by Glenna Gordon and is a part of her "Abducted Nigerian School Girls" series. I like how simple the series is in terms that they are all set out the same with  the subject sitting in the centre of a black background. With this image I find it to be what can relate these girls to any other student or person looking at the series. I think everyone has drawn little pictures or sketches in a notebook at some stage and that is what makes it seem so relate able.

This image was taken by Glenna Gordon and is a part of her "Abducted Nigerian School Girls" series. I like how simple the series is in terms that they are all set out the same with the subject sitting in the centre of a black background. With this image I find it to be what can relate these girls to any other student or person looking at the series. I think everyone has drawn little pictures or sketches in a notebook at some stage and that is what makes it seem so relate able.

This image was taken by Glenna Gordon and is a part of her "Abducted Nigerian School Girls" series. What i really like about this series is the construction of a story that happens. The images mightn't make much sense when seen individually yet when the story is revealed it becomes a powerful cohesive series of work. The series is of the possessions of the Nigerian school girls that were kidnapped and is a close up of how they lived and what they owned.

This image was taken by Glenna Gordon and is a part of her "Abducted Nigerian School Girls" series. What i really like about this series is the construction of a story that happens. The images mightn't make much sense when seen individually yet when the story is revealed it becomes a powerful cohesive series of work. The series is of the possessions of the Nigerian school girls that were kidnapped and is a close up of how they lived and what they owned.

This image was taken by Glenna Gordon and is a part of her "Abducted Nigerian School Girls" series. I think this photo has a good place in the series because it shows the shoes of one of the girls. The shoes are clearly small which always will draws out empathy. You can also see they are pretty warn out which shows how much these girls have already been through even before they were kidnapped.

This image was taken by Glenna Gordon and is a part of her "Abducted Nigerian School Girls" series. I think this photo has a good place in the series because it shows the shoes of one of the girls. The shoes are clearly small which always will draws out empathy. You can also see they are pretty warn out which shows how much these girls have already been through even before they were kidnapped.

This image was taken by Glenna Gordon and is a part of her "Abducted Nigerian School Girls" series. With this image I think it is really great to see how worn out the uniform actually is. You can see the fraying on the edge of the shirt and the writing on it. It really has a lot of character, which draws out sympathy for the girls that have been taken from their school and lives.

This image was taken by Glenna Gordon and is a part of her "Abducted Nigerian School Girls" series. With this image I think it is really great to see how worn out the uniform actually is. You can see the fraying on the edge of the shirt and the writing on it. It really has a lot of character, which draws out sympathy for the girls that have been taken from their school and lives.

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