Captive by Gaston Lacombe
Lacombe on his project:
We relish the chance to see these animals up close, but we also often fail to notice the habitats in which we keep them. That is why I photograph from a regular visitor’s perspective, instead of doing a behind-the-scenes documentary. I want the viewer to revisit what they see in zoos, and look beyond the animal. So, really, these photos are not about the animals - they are about us. It documents what happens when humans use animals as objects of display and entertainment.
this is possibly the saddest post on this site
love poem for myself / collection of things i’m working towards believing, part 1. i made this for my comics project! sorry the scan quality isn’t so great.
Personal work, 2014
A vain woman looks for herself in the mirror and sees a devil’s anus instead
Albrecht Dürer - Flamboyant Woman at the Mirror (1498) aka the Devil and the Coquette, copy of an illustration from ‘Der Ritter von Turm’, Augsburg