Moritz Jekat photography
A personal narrtive about the aftermath of the
November 8th Presidential-Election 2016 in the
L.A. area (USA):
A city and it's inhabitants suddenly find
themself in a state of depression, denial
and frustration – out of a sudden their believs and ideas have
been turned upside down ...
In late 2016 and early 2017, I found myself in a country
struggling with itself: Torn apart between old and new,
between what they can accept and what they don't.
Donald Trump was just been elected President of this country:
A right wing conservative, old, white man, following the
first Afro-American President Obama in the White House.
Who are the people who are dislike their new President?
How does a radical change on the top of their country
change their lives, how do they react?