The creative Dubai-based photographer Tanya Rex, launched The Quaranteen Project, which is ongoing to this date, when lockdowns began last year.
She sent 30 disposable cameras to 30 teenagers across the world and asked them to document their quarantine experience. The results are unedited and moving realities of the pandemic as seen through the eyes of teenagers in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Belarus, Afghanistan, Latvia, South Africa, India, the US, Kyrgyzstan, Sudan, and more.
She has so far received 24 rolls of film back, with around 300-400 images.
And when enough cameras came back to the photographer, she sent the films to South Africa so they could be developed and scanned, and she is currently looking into turning her project into a coffee table book.