Mike Brodie

Wednesday, June 05, 2013

"There was nowhere to go but everywhere"

Photographs are moments frozen in time. 

Unlike film or any other medium that captures reality and then plays back an imitation, photography captures seconds. 

The brief spark of a feeling on a face, the daily clash of desire and despair behind eyes; photography can capture and keep them free from time and decay. 

I stumbled on Mike Brodie's photography and was amazed at the rush of feelings that ran through me. 

I've always thought that the point of art was what feelings it arouses in you, independent of what the creator's original intention was. These photographs are beautiful and although the Kerouac quote is cliched and a bit of a cop out, I can't find any other words to capture what I feel.

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