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Cardiff, capital of Wales, is a young city. The port that shipped coal to the empire sleeps now, yet the dwellers of the valleys still come down to the city. The night draws everybody into a high in which every act is excusable and freedom is at the reach of the fingertips. This is a chronic of Cardiff when last orders are called.
Joni Karanka (Helsinki, 1981), is a member of Mindfist based in Cardiff. He is a finalist of the 2008 edition of the Emerging Photographers Fund and his work has been shown in The Night of the Year in Rencontres d’Arles and the Festival of Photography of Phnom Penh. Currently he is as involved in his own projects as in finding ways of promoting photography (such as Dr Karanka’s Print Stravaganza).
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Many thanks… david alan harvey