LAYERS OF RATIONALIZATION II
photography, inkjet print
While photographying for this series, I was concerned with the topic of contemporary living in its final layers. What remains, and what can be done with left-over, mostly considered used-up, battered pieces, out of which, looking from a single perspective, nothing constructive can be construed?
Is that really so, or is it still possible? Is it only neccessary to change the way and angle of looking at it, to open the boundaries of perception, thought, and general understanding of the suroundings?
And is it true that form constantly and always overrides the content and therefore many spaces, mentally and physically alike, appear much more refined, preserved and organized from distance than when you experience them from near?