Jonathan Castellino

With each snap, a neurological neurosis is filled; in every question answered in this way, I find Hope bridging what is, and what can be.

They say that the photo is an oxymoron, telling a lie and the truth in the same instant: it tells the truth, because it merely presents ‘what is’, and its lie? That it presents it from only one angle.

I believe in the ‘two-tone system’, adapted from the musician Arvo Part’s later works: on one level, there is the static, the city, the objective – and at the same time, our subjective voices are seen criss-crossing the 2-dimensional picturescape.

All things go.



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