"Accept everythingand then tragedy disappears".
2. No end of fun (1967, Wislawa Szymborska)
Is it really necessary?
Tact and common sense tell us to pass over it in silence,
like a scandal in highest circles.
Perfectly good children
are born without its help.
It couldn't populate the planet in a million years,
it comes along so rarely".
3. Enough rope (1926, Dorothy Parker)
"The two most beautiful words in the English language are: cheque enclosed".
4. On photography (1977, Susan Sontag)
"Today everything exists to end in a photography".
5. És clar, How a person should be, de Sheila Heti, la noia que veieu a les fotos i a qui demà entrevistem a Caràcter (21:50h).
"There are certain objects that want you as much as you want them. These are the ones that become important, the objects that you hold dear. The others fade from your life entirely. You wanted them, but they did not want you in return".
Ulleres de sol: Palens
Fotografia: Patricia Burrieza