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Four Windows for Next Echo … a brief political and aesthetic credo

Life at the transgressive edge of society

The late Henri Laborit theorized, based on sound medical research, that physical and mental health were promoted by a creative and near transgressive attitude toward ambiant socio-cultural codes. His participation to Alain Resnais film Mon oncle d’Amérique was, besides his books, his only fray into film illustration of his theory.

Four windows for Next Echo

These four images were taken by a roving eye and a liberated image attitude in relative transgression of “programmed” photos documenting a situation or an idea. Their reality is the only message I wish to communicate … the looker-reader is invited to interpret them as he or she sees fit. As such they may be seen as constituting a political and aesthetic credo of sort.

car wash glazed door

car wash glazed door

 

the view from ...

the view from …

 

bakery store window

bakery store window

 

building ghost

building ghost

 

More to follow …

 

(All images by Maurice Amiel)

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