Artist's description:

The photograph was taken in Soweto, South Africa and is from the series 'Schwarz Flaneur.’ It is part of an extensive body of work spanning three decades and 18,000 archival negatives. Caesar says "I prefer the unstable nature of film, plus the limitation of 36 frames. It’s that random second when the shutter opens and closes providing a document between the past and the future.”

Walter Benjamin described the flâneur as the essential figure of the modern urban spectator, an amateur detective and investigator of the city. More than this, his flâneur was a sign of the alienation of the city and of capitalism. Schwarz, meaning the colour black in German.

Materials used:

Canon AF Camera. 35mm Black & White film @ 400asa

Another Blue Sky (2007)


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