built strictly from noting bits of conversations from strangers while traveling in their commute. An ongoing visual reflection about the supermundane, instrumentalizing
stolen thoughts in their respective time, to build a satiric critique around a globalized
sate of meaning.
[Update Covid-19 Pandemic 2020] Everything, Everyone Everywhere was a humorous punch on a globalized identity crisis that turned into a universal call for empathy amid
a pandemic reality. From sarcasm to a universal call for unity, it is as contextual as it initially intended.
"[...]That is natural — even for us. - Stamina, I heard, football and museums. - 10 million steps up while 93 kg is the weight of a human body. - East and the West, Syria, People defending, you know. - Less work, right? - A friend of mine lives by the lake. - White slim jeans. - While they go down, the cilings go up and the stairs stay. - If in doubt, wear blue.
- We’ll be closed from august to nevermore. - Here, drink some water first. - Mainly because I am often dressed as ego. - Cairo people are really beautiful. Really beautiful human beings. - Have a good trip to utopia. - I took your purse and rubbed it in the sand.
- Make me my makeup as if I was young. - That could be therapy. It is the transparency. The honesty. The psychotic breaks. - to get up in the morning. - You know, it’s just like that. - It is a different world now. - I feel like I am following breadcrumbs. - I didn’t remember it was going to end. - Sometimes I drink water, other times I don’t know [...]".
Opening Photos: Renato Cruz Santos
Everything Everyone Everywhere Photos: Alexandre Delmar