Spain’s lost generation of young women partying like there’s no tomorrow

By Brennavan Sritharan

“The project started in 2007 when the economic crisis started in Spain,” says Bree Zucker about Girlfriend, her project on the apocalyptic partying of a group of young recession-battered Spanish lesbians.

“The project follows one group of women, this lost generation. They call them the ‘nini’ generation in Spain; ‘ni estudia, ni trabaja‘ (not studying, not working). My specific interest is one circle of women, but in the larger context it’s about this lost generation of young women.”

At a time when 26 per cent of the Spanish population was unemployed and 56 per cent of those under 24 without a …read more

Via: BJP

    

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