Welcome back! This post wraps up what turned out to be a very long and productive summer. It begins with a few pictures from the outskirts of Prague.
Jp came to visit and he made a new friend.
Here's me at the Ceremonial Hall of the old Jewish Cemetery in Telc, CZ. I was given this building, and the cemetery, for a one week exhibition/residency. I spent the entire week reading, meeting with the locals and getting to know some of the cemetery's inhabitants. The place has no electricity and no running water so it felt a bit like living at Walden Pond, except creepier. It was a truly unique experience and I loved every minute it.
Here's what the exhibition looked like. If you are not familiar with my East/West project you can see the images here.
I also had a box in the center of town where I displayed some of the Impossible Project images I made during the week. (These will be the focus of my next blog post).
View from the sitting area outside
Professional cell phone wildlife photographer JP Widby
View of Telc
The town square - one of the best I've ever seen.
Ghost polaroid installation
Daniela dressed in black
You guys, I'm really into mushroom photography now.
One of the other residents
Long walks with Cleo in the afternoon
By the way, if you're going to operate a cemetery, it had been come with a skeleton key!
A fitting place to leave it might be this commy statue I found in a small town in south CZ. The inscription reads: "We thank you and we love you"