March 29, 2014
Photographer Unknown (year unknown)
I’ve never been able to associate those masks to any specific time period. They don’t belong to the past nor do they settle into the present, and for that reason I’m left with the unknown, which has got to be the future. I feel relief the moment I spot the one who has not managed to put it on in time for the shot.

Photographer Unknown (year unknown)

I’ve never been able to associate those masks to any specific time period. They don’t belong to the past nor do they settle into the present, and for that reason I’m left with the unknown, which has got to be the future. I feel relief the moment I spot the one who has not managed to put it on in time for the shot.

March 26, 2014
James Nachtwey (Afghanistan, 1996)
There is something tragic upon learning that the legs belong to the idling, and not what I thought was at first children jumping. The shadows reveal that it may be a tank barrel, and I am now focused on the war-torn setting. And so, I have been betrayed by the shadows.

James Nachtwey (Afghanistan, 1996)

There is something tragic upon learning that the legs belong to the idling, and not what I thought was at first children jumping. The shadows reveal that it may be a tank barrel, and I am now focused on the war-torn setting. And so, I have been betrayed by the shadows.

March 26, 2014
James Nachtwey  (Jakarta, ?)Some are awake. Those asleep are better off.

James Nachtwey  (Jakarta, ?)

Some are awake. Those asleep are better off.

March 25, 2014
Marc Riboud (Shanghai, 1995)What does it mean to hold a gun by its barrel?

Marc Riboud (Shanghai, 1995)

What does it mean to hold a gun by its barrel?

March 15, 2014
Kazuyoshi Nomachi (Q’ero, Peru)In this captured moment of pleasantry (the studium), I become aware of an (my) obsession with carious teeth.

Kazuyoshi Nomachi (Q’ero, Peru)

In this captured moment of pleasantry (the studium), I become aware of an (my) obsession with carious teeth.

February 12, 2014

Camille Lepage ”Youth in South Sudan”(2013)This Captured moment I’ve seen, experienced, and I’m sure it occurs in every city of the world. Currently where I am, It’s called Happy Hour. Yet I can’t connect fully with the subjects in this photo for obvious reasons that ultimately instill discomfort in me (I am bruised). Why must it be so difficult to associate with a gesture belonging to another world? - is our smile not the same as the smile manipulated on a corpse?

Camille Lepage ”Youth in South Sudan”(2013)

This Captured moment I’ve seen, experienced, and I’m sure it occurs in every city of the world. Currently where I am, It’s called Happy Hour. Yet I can’t connect fully with the subjects in this photo for obvious reasons that ultimately instill discomfort in me. Why must it be so difficult to associate with a gesture belonging to another world? - is our smile not the same as the smile manipulated on a corpse?

October 13, 2013
Captured at a moment in which Gloria Richardson has managed to diminish the gun to a mere negated object. However, the Punctum, for me, is the soldier clutching onto the other soldier’s arm - a more apparent sign of defeat is not possible. 

Captured at a moment in which Gloria Richardson has managed to diminish the gun to a mere negated object. However, the Punctum, for me, is the soldier clutching onto the other soldier’s arm - a more apparent sign of defeat is not possible. 

September 28, 2013
Clamor mute. Cesar Vallejo elegant in his poverty. Every photo that exists of Cesar Vallejo absolutely tears at my heart. Clamor mute is what I find myself uttering when I see this photo (any photo of him). 

Clamor mute. Cesar Vallejo elegant in his poverty. Every photo that exists of Cesar Vallejo absolutely tears at my heart. Clamor mute is what I find myself uttering when I see this photo (any photo of him). 

September 8, 2013
Eric Bouvet From Chechnya War 1995-2000 
If you look closely, squint if you must, you’ll see that the rugs on her back begin to take form of roses. I force a metamorphosis of the woman into a bouquet of carnations amid this miserable setting.

Eric Bouvet From Chechnya War 1995-2000 


If you look closely, squint if you must, you’ll see that the rugs on her back begin to take form of roses. I force a metamorphosis of the woman into a bouquet of carnations amid this miserable setting.

September 8, 2013
Ian Berry "Tanzania" (1967)
I can only wonder - and it is the mirthless, fog-veiled march, as though that of a funeral’s, that triggers such a thought - if the cattle are aware of the importance of the youth with his spear for their livelihood. 

Ian Berry "Tanzania" (1967)

can only wonder - and it is the mirthless, fog-veiled march, as though that of a funeral’s, that triggers such a thought - if the cattle are aware of the importance of the youth with his spear for their livelihood.