this house was super creepy! there was music playing in it when @daisygraves and i wanted to go in.. so, i said “hello?” and it stopped immediately!! then i said like, “hey were gonna come inside to take pictures if thats okay. please make a noise if our presence is not welcome!” but they didnt say anything(?) we didnt go in anyway! the house was semi fixed up and next door to this man that lived in a ghost town who built bombs. So we think that mightve been his layout or something! idk, so creepy haha kinda wish we went in.
It was not she, and yet it was no one else is a quote by Roland Barthes from his book Camera Lucida.When I was completing my Masters in Fine Arts, I was invited to respond visually to an excerpt of the book, as part of the Communication and Cultures class.
I’ve made this collage that mixes film camera photographs from Portugal, where I was born, and Thailand, where I lived and studied. It invokes the principle of multiple identities insideone and only human body.One of the films used for these photographs was out of date, hence the blue hues. Using film on these photographs gave the poster its antique-ish looks.
The font type was filled with hand-drawn patterns, later scanned and retouched in Photoshop.