Tour des champs.
by lucas dewaele
“Absence gives texture to the object and provides a frame for the thinking of distance. Absence does literally not accept the past. The distant is then what brings us closer and the absent – rather than absence – is a figure of return, as one says of the repressed.“
I don’t know if you are familiar with the swedish photographer Lars Tunbjörk, but I think that you’ll like his work. Check him.
As usual, I like your work a lot!
Thanks for the information; I googled the photographer.
I can appreciate his approach, though it’s somehow different from mine. As far as I noticed, he works in color. He makes me think of Martin Parr, Marion Poussier,… Personally I feel much more comfortable in black and white. As a professional photographer I’m also addicted to a classic and aesthetic visual language. Furthermore I mostly look at my subject in a more detached but still emotionally involved way : some subjects, people, situations are not suitable for being photographed. But this is of course a purely personal opinion… It has to do with respect and some kind of spirituality.
I know exactly what you mean. I also feel much more comfortable in b&w.
Thanks for interesting answer. Have a great day!