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Aksel-Dev Dhunsi is a 17 year old boy from Trondheim. He is currently studying media & communication. In the year 2013-14 he went by himself to India to help sick family members. With the intention to help, he ended up being helped himself. He made a personal book. Talking and showing how finally his identity was starting to get a definition.

"The opening and ending image of the book, is used to symbolize Punjab, namely Sikhs driving trucks. It also symbolizes someone who is to travel. In this context, it's me and the load carried is my identity being fueled. The truck is very typical of Punjab, and most drivers are Sikhs. So they set a very clear mark on the appearance of the vehicle. I chose to use just that to make the book into a unit. It symbolizes a start and an end. It makes sure you get a red line, and the symbolism: Everything I experienced is inside the truck, and the truck was always on move."

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Aksel-Dev Dhunsi
AkselDev Trondheim, Norway

Aksel-Dev Dhunsi is a 17 year old boy from Trondheim. He is currently studying media & communication. In the year 2013-14 he went by himself to India to help sick family members. With the intention to help, he ended up being helped himself. He made a personal book. Talking and showing how finally his identity was starting to get a definition.

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