Many of you already know Congolese born photographer Robert Nzaou, today he shares some of his new work with us, “People and Spaces”.
PEOPLE AND SPACES
Big cities to me often seem like big oceans with people swimming in the tides; the traffic goes left and right, up and down. Low tide, high tide, everything goes, nobody seems to really know where they’re headed and why. Scared of predators, it gets lonely in these cities, each to his own; trust nobody. High rise buildings, advertising boards and street signs seem to be the only loyal companions.
People seem to be swallowed by these immense spaces so much so that they lose connection with themselves and others, you have a feeling that someone is out there to get us, and so we keep marching, running from ourselves and others, never pausing, always moving between places, through spaces.