Iridescener Podcast is one that features in-depth interviews with professional photographers, artists, critics, and curators in an attempt to shed light on meaningful topics. Focusing not only on the works and the creative process of featured artists, the podcast also examines how they view society and humanity at large.

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In this episode, we talked about the post-migration life of Latino youth, the lack of representation of certain community, the cultural assimilation problem of America, as well as the exploitative history of photography and works that reinforces stereotypes.

Luis Manuel Diaz, born in Michoacán, Mexico, is a photographer based in New York. His work examines themes of immigration, citizenship, and care. Diaz holds a BFA in Photography from Parsons School of Design and was recently awarded the EnFoco Photography Fellowship and the Magnum Foundation’s US Dispatches Grant. He has exhibited work at Aperture Foundation, Bronx Art Space, Arnold and Sheila Aronson Gallery, Pelham Art Center, and Baxter St Camera Club among others.