Richard Renaldi will explore the the barriers we construct as a society and share his inspiration, origins and the meaning behind the photographs in his new book Touching Strangers. A photoessay shot on the streets across the USA, Renaldi finds subjects who do not know each other, asking them to physically touch each other while posing for a portrait. Funny, revealing and original, the street performances stir the imagination and speak to issues of race, sexuality and human relations.
We face conventions everyday that limit our potential. Be inspired to identify your own limitations and apply these lessons to your work by breaking down design, interpersonal and technical conventions so that you can do revolutionary work.