"There cannot be a clear division, a borderline, between landscape and me. Rather, we flow through each other. Maybe we are fundamentally made from the same material."
A Brief Review of Néstor Almendros’s A Man with a Camera, but Mostly My Own Thoughts about Film, Art and the Human Condition
A portrait of a poet who was imprisoned in a Soviet labor camp and went on to become a leading figure in contemporary Latvian literature.
A synthesis of photography and text, ‘blossoming dust’ is a meditation on time, aspiration, disappointment and reconciliation.
The same photograph is ontologically impossible. But it is enough to spend a few minutes on Instagram, Flickr or Tumblr to see that a similar photograph is not only possible but is in fact quite frequent.
Photography is an essentially ambivalent medium for we can never be sure of the authenticity of what is being shown.
Images to chart "the forever insurmountable distance between human endeavors and the silence of the absurd world."