Bio-digital jazz, man.
October 31, 2010 § 1 Comment
I have looked at this photo a couple of times now. It’s a good photograph of you, Jacqueline. But the crux of this photograph are the shoes you are holding. They speak to a missing person. Empty shoes refer to whom we have lost, whom we are seeking. Who left behind these shoes for you to pick up and carry with you? And where are you bringing them? You are smiling, but the way you are turned suggests you were interrupted by the camera lens, interrupted on your way to seek out the owner of these shoes. An extra set of shoes, for your feet are covered. And we are left wondering, did Jacqueline catch up to and reconnect these shoes with their owner, her or his feet blistered by having had to walk a pace alone?
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