One WeekInspired by Thomas Mann, who believed that time was to precious to squander.
I kept a diary and I asked myself: what colour is today? I pictorialized what I did that day: from the mundane to the scintillating. Not from a distance, but very closely.
Action as colour and colour as action.
100 daysFor a hundred days, I took pictures of a single plant in the garden, a camelia.
I laid out the exact position for the tripod and begon on the first of April 2014.It was a warm spring and the petals were just past their best.
That day the AEX closed at +0.35.
In the business environment the concept of 100 days is commonly accepted.
It is the time given to a new CEO to make his mark. Every day I tracked the AEX.
The pictures were trimmed in accordance with the index of the day.
One might call them ‘a flower still life index’.
12 going to 13I portrayed the valuables of my son:
most of a toy gun;
a pile of cut up rubbers;
a souvenir from the London Eye;
a piggy bank;
2 undefined rubber objects;
a personalised stick;
a big glass marble.
They are showpieces.