By escaping sensory perception, electromagnetic contamination might represents a silent threat to the health of society. Nowadays, contamination in cities is such that there is no place to be protected from its effects. Misleading Oasis is a photographic series developed in Marrakech, Morocco.
The city is full of mobile phone antennas camouflaged as giant palm trees. Integrated into the landscape, the controversial antennas acquire a certain air of innocence, but I believe they may be harmful to our health.
Angela Sairaf is a photographer based in Madrid, Spain. PhD in Techniques and Processes in Imaging (Complutense University of Madrid) and Master of Contemporary Photography (EFTI), received three training scholarships at the International University Menéndez Pelayo where she studied Visual Poetry, Creative Processes of a Reporter and The Nature of Photography. Worked for over 15 years as a writer and photographer for important Brazilian magazines. In the 90’s, worked for a renowned modeling agency in Tokyo. Receives awards and participates in solo and group exhibitions in different countries. Frequently presents at conferences in prestigious schools of art and photography as EASDA, TAI, EFTI, APERTURA and MACA – Contemporary Art Museum of Alicante, Spain. Her work was shown in several photo festivals as FINI (Mexico), Paraty em Foco (Brasil), PhotoEspaña (Spain), Indian Photography Festival, Budapest Photo Festival, Photometria (Greece) and others and is part of the collection of MACRS – Contemporary Art Museum of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.