Jung travelled his hometown on bicycle, capturing people and objects. He requested that people write down their story and in that way, he was able to portray the city’s shape, as seen by its inhabitants. Through his wandering with strangers and observations of the surrounding landscape of his hometown, he wanted to understand the face of those around him, their relationships and differences.
I lost my way home. Was it because I mistook the way or, because I didn’t know where I was. Although, I have been living in my home town over 10 years, I didn’t know its geography and what my desire here was. There is only sounds of a gun, a bird’s wings, sweet cement powder and feelings of desolate mist. Looking back, I couldn’t seize anything and just passed the time. However, unlike me, everything has been changing, repeating, and scattering with many events over a period of time, and it aims towards perfection all the time. It suddenly occurs to me that I will live just as one of the eyewitnesses or I will make my camera capture it.
Published by Mediabus
23 prints, 1 softcover booklet and 1 foldout map
27 pages in booklet
210 x 265 mm.
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