Between Worlds 2009

Between Worlds — Robert Nelson

Within sumptuous landscapes by mountains and seas, an uncanny performance unsettles our ease. From the field to the ocean, the children appear as both shaman and beast or as animal-seer, as if taking some venerable animal form from the totems that legends and sagas inform to the ominous border of ocean and land or the forest or plain upon grasses and sand into something momentous of great transformations where children and elements build their relations and nature evolves in its sacrosanct purity.… Continued “Between Worlds — Robert Nelson”

On Between Worlds — Susan Bright

The time has come, the Walrus said,
To talk of many things:
Of shoes – and ships – and sealing wax
Of cabbages – and kings –
And why the sea is boiling hot –
And whether pigs have wings

The Walrus and the Carpenter, Lewis Carroll, 1872

Privacy laws regarding the photography of children, and especially the “Droit à l’image” in France which dictates that it is illegal to photograph minors in France, Spain and Germany without written parental consent has led to there being no frontal photographs of children in the media.… Continued “On Between Worlds — Susan Bright”