Since first picking up a camera in 2009, photographer Bastiaan Woudt has generated an incredible oeuvre of black and white images that blur the distinctions between photographs and surreal paintings. Rather than focusing on the crisp details of perfect light and shadow, the photographer embraces stark contrast and hazy glitches catalyzed by movement. For his recent project Mukono, Woudt visited the Ugandan district of the same name to create a photographic series for the Marie-Stella-Maris Foundation, an Amsterdam-based organization that uses profits from water sales to set up clean drinking projects all over the world.

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