The Queue

Although it is hard to say these days, I have an inkling that it is nearly morning. As if to prove my point, I see others around me rubbing their eyes, seemingly waking up as well. To relax my hunched shoulders, I lean with my body over my cart and yawn extravagantly, whilst making sure…

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gardening tools for my balcony

  At first glance, Jordi de Vetten’s photographs lull you into comfortable familiarity, with images of the everyday that signal towards a mundaneness of suburbia. You think you know exactly what you see: a garage door, traffic lights, a tree. But each image documents slippage, the not-quite-right and the disruptive, enclosing a narrative that the…

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