Apples for Sale by Rebecca Sampson
In collaboration with the Goethe Institut Cyprus
Apples for Sale tells the story of Indonesian maids working in Hong Kong. It’s a book about migration, labour, and regional relationships. It’s about Indonesian maids working in Hong Kong, but for a real horror story you could replace Hong Kong with Jeddah or Kuwait City, and why not switch the Indonesian maids with Filipinas or Sri Lankans. While we’re at it, why not look at London, New York or Paris? It’s a book about the relationship between the rich and entitled and the not so rich and not so entitled.
Rebecca Sampson is a German-American photographer living in Berlin. Her work has been exhibited in Germany as well as internationally in the United States, India, Austria, and Poland, among others, and she has received several scholarships and awards. She studied under Ute Mahler at the Ostkreuz School of Photography and is currently working on a science and art project with the Technical University in Berlin. Follow her on Instagram.