Through and in the work of Verf., the journey becomes more and more intimate and personal.
The visitor is invited to experience the explicit tension between the private and the public space.
The literal space becomes a metaphor for a social context nearly one hundred years after T.S.Eliot.
Verf.’s photographs are confronting and autobiographical and show the “inside” of daily life.
In the installation “Life at last on the bright side of life”, the visitor becomes a voyeur and discovers a curious piece of Waste Land.
(uit de begeleidende tekst voor de fototentoonstelling Waste Land over de dichter T.S. Eliot)