“It’s Only An Island If You Look At It From The Water”
Chief Brody, Jaws (1975)
The series “a quiet disorder” is a collection of subjective elements. Fragments of reality, indications of an uncertain era, which become visible for a moment and then vanish again into the big picture.
At the same time, in a parallel parenthetical narrative (projects / interior), all that is found in the outside world, is in doubt.
Observation and suspicion change direction, turning towards the photographer’s private space – and finally the photographer himself.
A twice-told story and a game of changes of perspective, the exhibition is a dialogue between a series of street photographs and a project between four walls.