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Great night at the exhibition opening in Rio last night. The work is on display (in the dark) through 23rd September at Galeria do Lago at Museu da República.

Great night at the exhibition opening in Rio last night. The work is on display (in the dark) through 23rd September at Galeria do Lago at Museu da República.

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Images from Peter DiCampo’s Life Without Lights project ran with Bjorn Lomborg’s Newsweek piece on the Rio+20 environmental summit. DiCampo’s project documenting global energy poverty will be shown in an “experiential photography and multimedia exhibition” at Rio’s Museu da Republica from June 14 through Sept. 23.
Find more on the Rio+20 environmental summit here and more on Life Without Lights here.

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Images from Peter DiCampo’s Life Without Lights project ran with Bjorn Lomborg’s Newsweek piece on the Rio+20 environmental summit. DiCampo’s project documenting global energy poverty will be shown in an “experiential photography and multimedia exhibition” at Rio’s Museu da Republica from June 14 through Sept. 23.

Find more on the Rio+20 environmental summit here and more on Life Without Lights here.

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Life Without Lights exhibition in the dark, partnered with Ashden, London, February 2012.

Life Without Lights exhibition in the dark, partnered with Ashden, London, February 2012.

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"I get a bit paranoid about power." - Richard in Solihull, England,  who is in severe debt to his energy company. He’s gone four years  without heat and dares not turn his lights on for fear of increasing the  debt.

"I get a bit paranoid about power." - Richard in Solihull, England, who is in severe debt to his energy company. He’s gone four years without heat and dares not turn his lights on for fear of increasing the debt.

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"I get a bit paranoid about power." - Richard in Solihull, England, who is in severe debt to his energy company. He’s gone four years without heat and dares not turn his lights on for fear of increasing the debt.

"I get a bit paranoid about power." - Richard in Solihull, England, who is in severe debt to his energy company. He’s gone four years without heat and dares not turn his lights on for fear of increasing the debt.

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