Adrian Abonce (Colombia)

October 27, 2012 § 1 Comment

Timeless. Digital Print from Photographic Film: 23 in x 31 in, 58.42 cm x 78.74 cm, 2012. 

 I have always been fascinated by people on the move. People ‘going places.’ Always focused on the ‘getting there’ instead of enjoying the ride. There is something about the rush of their walking that reminds me the busy movement of ants. People are always on the move: nomads, immigrants, workers, tourists…They are always trying to go somewhere else, a better place perhaps? A place where they can grow, relax, be happy? Although the picture was taken in 2011(with a film camera from the early ‘60s), it presents an image that transcends time, that repeats itself over and over… A timeless movement.

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§ One Response to Adrian Abonce (Colombia)

  • Oh my goodness! Amazing article dude! Thank you so much, However I
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