Belgian photographer Sanne De Wilde’s personal practice is concerned with genetics, and how certain traits affect the way we view and move through the world. She has previously themed work around twins, little people, and people with albinism. On WePresent, we spoke to Sanne about her 2015 series “The Island of the Colorblind,” her most famous project to date. The striking images, shot in infrared, captured the people and landscapes of the Micronesian atoll of Pingelap—home to the highest concentration of colorblind people in the world.
“We all see the world differently, and that has value.”