Lou Reed photographed on stage by Richard E. Aaron, 1976.
the worst part about christmas is having to react to presents in front of everyone
|—||Holden Caulfield from J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye (via abnormalous)|
Collected into the series Instinct, Anna di Prospero’s images arise spontaneously, as the result of an inner strength, a primordial instinct that led the author to the realization of photographs seemingly disparate and free from any initial planning. Produced between 2011 and 2012, the images differ between self-portraits, genre beloved by the author, and portraits of her boyfriend; fragments of faces (lowering eyes and smiling, talking or kissing mouth) and body (such as hands or the backstrips immortalized often during tender hugs) were associated to an architecture or landscape detail belonging to her mental archive, in which the author experience’s images are. As final choice, Anna Di Prospero composed in diptychs these shots with digital elaborations of photographs of water, clouds, flowers, grass, rocks, dirt and dust.
Howl’s Moving Castle | Hayao Miyazaki | 2004
Mulholland Drive | David Lynch | 2001
No Country for Old Men | The Coen Brothers | 2007
The Fall | Tarsem Singh | 2006
Stoker | Park Chan-wook | 2013