(Denying a reality)
Fruits of neoliberalism? Neat, tidy and poeple-less
The way Di Chirico painted it, long ago.
And the fact that people are choosing this. Or, let’s say, that it’s imposed in a soft way…
He had people…sort of…and he could spell better than I could as well!
It’s the aspect of alienation and loneliness which are very intruiging.
I never thought of it that way but that’s definitely what I find fascinating about your work. Wonderful images as always.
I’m just looking around and I’m feeding my astonishment daily. Being an foot-loose photographer has some advantages. But I’m aware, some people feel uncomfortable too, looking at my pictures.
Foot-loose? You dance as well? 😉 No discomfort here. Just appreciation.
🙂 foot-loose = independent. Not tied to the local art scene here in flanders…
Just messin’ with ya. 🙂 Your independent creativity and perspective is greatly valued.
Thanks. Please try to convince the rest of ‘catholic’ flanders:) Although I’m pretty happy and comfortable now, doing the things I’m doing.
I’m on it!
Looks like deaf nuts – a neat shell without bearing life.
Question is how to survive this…?
By closing your eyes and your mind, maybe?…
Bad idea for a photographer. Exactly what some politicians, some art teachers and some anonymous creatures want. An open mind and transparency (and sometimes nasty action) : a necessity. In the art and education scene these features are non-existing,although the opposite is claimed…
Nevertheless there are a lot of people doing exactly that, I believe… I wasn’t talking about photographers… we are the eyes of the world… well, more or less… 😉
The eyes of the world. Sounds serious.
I’m just a wanderer with a fuji….
Wow! Someone who thinks I’m serious… Should I laugh or cry?…
Both. A summary of life.
Reblogged this on Truth Troubles: Why people hate the truths' of the real world.
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