￼a society of voyeurs.
￼These photographs display a sense that it is not only the photographer’s eye that captures our
The close surveillance of society diminishes our sense of autonomy, distorting the sense of us as
self-determined beings, a distortion which brings to mind 19th and 20th century existential
anxiety. Our perceptions vary from person to person and the belief that we are merely passing
through life in a world that is constantly changing, the sense of ‘deja vu’ exists.
￼It is the idea that each of us, not society or religion, race or colour, should give meaning to an
￼apparent meaningless world.
￼Have we over evolved? Do we believe that we are so important that the world exists only for
￼human adventure? We are naive to contemplate that as we are simply moving through this world,
￼passing through time until we exist in a different form.