In this work "rooms of solitude" different kinds of spaces (hotel rooms, homes, hospital rooms, corridors, jails en do son) are photographed under the rules of architectural photography. With mostly eye level frontal point of view these almost empty rooms give a sense of irreality, making us wonder which dreams, frustrations had their gone inhabitants. That anguish might switch our soul from ordinary "being around" to "being ourselves" and find what we and our surroundings are made from. Somehow it has something to do with existential philosophy.
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