Diaspora comments on the collective social identity of humans, and the similarities and overlaps among different people and different cultures.

It features an essay by Cristina-Georgiana Voicu, in which she states that cultural identity is “an individual’s realisation of his or her place in the spectrum of cultures [...], as well as certain characteristic features of a particular group that automatically assign an individual’s group membership.”

The publication unknowingly folds outwards and presents a series of photographs shot on film from different nondescript locations, arranged in a way that allows for cross-cultural observation of similarity and difference.
Same same, but different.