Year Two, Week Nineteen – Guest


Photography has this unique way of presenting reality. We believe what is shown to us, because unlike painting, drawing, etc. photography represents the world 1:1. There is a level of truthfulness and believability to a photo. The facade of a construction site simulates a lush forest, but fails to conceal what is being constructed. I’m interested in these visual ironies. The enlarged images of a forest present what is being constructed as natural, inviting, and friendly. When the truth is this

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building is cold, drab, and manufactured. It depicts a false reality. They’re not really building a forest, but a concrete skyscraper dug five levels into the earth’s surface. So the image is funny and its ironic but its playing with something much deeper I believe. What do we believe about the truthfulness of images? Do we just take things for face value? What about the things we encounter on a daily basis? The people we interact with? We are faced with these questions on a daily basis.

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  • Jessica - You’re absolutely spot on with this post. I often ask my children “is it truth?” in response to their day’s events as we process life together. This photo illustrates my frustrations perfectly. It’s tough to help my kids discern truth when we even try to hide the construction of an enormous building with something that doesn’t even come close. Is it art, intended to bring a little pleasure to the passerby, or is it simply a lie?ReplyCancel

  • Jessica - Also, the next time you blog, you’ll have to give our readers the answer to a very important question: do you like long walks on the beach? 😉ReplyCancel