Simon in Wonderland. By Cilou de Bruyn With PLATTELAND, Belgian photographer Simon Vansteenwinckel takes us to the other side of the mirror, to the country of nowhere. It’s a long and fantastic journey, far from Belgian platitudes and other legendary bravery. The melancholic landscapes contrast with strange rituals, the role plays explode without shame, the symbolic freezes, the ingenuous rubs the excess, the questions remain unanswered. And the wonder is there, in this tender fascination. To each his story, after all! o “PLATTELAND”: we can not help thinking of this title of Brel: my flat country. Indeed, the […]
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