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We are looking to collect the names and work of those documenting and recording the COVID-19 outbreak. Creating an online archive that will not only act as a repository and record of the time, but eventually a retrospective of this event. We also strive to support and celebrate the work of each individual photographer, journalist and writer that will be involved.

We must be clear, this project is completely non-profit and will make no money, it will be free to access for all. We view this project as a means to create a large collaboration in documenting this unique time, that it be an archive that showcases the many narratives that are currently happening around the world and act as an observation and record of this event.

If you would like to get involved please read the following:

We are looking for single images or full series of work, we have no restrictions on the amount sent. Please attach using We-Transfer, Dropbox, Google Drive. All written work can be sent as word documents, or PDFs etc.

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Email: info@publicsource.xyz