the aperture of memory… the old photographs don’t contain me – I broke free found my way to anywhere else, to where(ever) I’m meant to be…out on the road taking stock of anything else – no people, no subject, no reason but to be free. That’s always the reason.
Welcome to episode 132 of Sweetman Podcast with support from our sponsors – T Leaf T, Yeastie Boys and La Petite Chocolat. Here I had a conversation with Peter Black. He’s a Wellington-based photographer. I didn’t know him, until we had this conversation. But I knew his work. I’ve known his work for a while and it’s had a profound impact […]
Teju Cole: Favourite Photographers Renoulf Foyer, MFC Friday, March 9 This Writers & Readers session was a lecture/presentation by Teju Cole where he talked about his favourite photographers. Teju Cole is a writer and photographer – an essayist, novelist and critic. He has a role at the New York Times as Photography Critic and has […]
i left my faded Kodak childhood just beyond my reach some of it is probably scattered in traces around Clifton Beach i’m glad I left it, then decided, to let it be. it always belonged to someone else it never belong to me