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Khadija Saye
Khadija Saye (1992-2017), also known as Ya-Haddy Sisi Sayve, was a Gambian-British photographer and activist. Her photography explores aspects of her Gambian-British identity and mixed-faith background (her mother was Christian, and her father is Muslim). Her photographs situate her between two planes, her Gambian heritage and upbringing in the United Kingdom. Saye’s series, Dwellings: in this Space we Breathe, was shown at the 57th Venice Biennale's Diaspora Pavilion. It was a continuation of Saye’s exploration of her identity and heritage, specifically focused on the migration of Gambian spiritual practices.  Saye received her degree in photography University for the Creative Arts at Farnham and obtained a photography degree in 2013.  
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Portraiture
Conceptual

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Spirituality
Identity
Migration

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Africa
Europe

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Portraiture
Conceptual

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