Jacob van Loon
Mini Stations (Temples)
The newest addition to the Stations series is an elaboration on my experience with architecture being both redundant and new. Death (redundancy) occurs with passive observation of the same space over time. Rebirth (new perception) is a conscious decision to enter and exit the same space with the understanding it cannot be the same twice.
1. Don’t hate the player
2. Bring in ‘da noise, bring in ‘da faun
3. How she stillluv me?
4. Dude, that hurts a little bit
5. Don’t be a pussy, Felix!
Portraits Of The Dead, In Life And After Life
This is one of the most striking photo series I have ever come across. They say that, in death, all of the facial muscles relax, leaving behind a peaceful visage of the person who once occupied the body.
Source: Walter Schels
© Chris Koehler, 2014