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Can Geylan & Stijn Hoebeke, Germany

After we met online, my boyfriend and I had a long distance relationship for a year. While one of us was living in Belgium, the other one was in Turkey, and the circumstances kinda forced us to meet in Turkey during that one year. 
And in almost every visit, we would use our friends’  houses to stay and their beds to sleep, not just because we both enjoyed traveling around and seeing new places but we also found pleasure in the shelter-kind-of aspect of these different locations, in which we were free to do whatever we want. (Which wasn’t possible in outdoor spaces of Turkey because of the country’s homophobic status quo). 
So in a sense, these various beds helped us to get to know each other and got more close every time, and that is why we have almost one in each photoroll from that era. 


James Meredew, Cornwall

I took this photograph in a very cheap hotel in Ho Chi Minh City in 2014. We checked in very early, kicked out a load of cockroaches and unpacked our stuff. Adam lit a ciggy and I noticed this kind of film noir reflection in the window. I took the photo and then pointed out his 3 tiered beer belly.


Charlie Camuglia

The photo is related to a particular memory, it’s actually from a point in time when my current partner and I were still getting together. We lived at opposite ends of the state, and frequently traveled to meet each other, either in our respective home cities or at various points between us to explore new places, as well as each other. I made this image one weekend where he had come to see me in New York City. We spent that entire day in bed flooded in window light, each other’s gazes, and delivery tacos. 


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