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Monday, August 29, 2005

Michael Hurt's photo exhibition "In Transit"

Before transforming the couple of notes yet saved only as drafts to actual postings, I'll let you know that Michael Hurt, the host of the Scribblings of the Metropolitician, will be opening a photography exhibition called "In Transit" at Le Saint Ex cafe in Itaewon. Quoting Michael:
The show is entitled "In Transit" because it is a simple umbrella phrase that captures the fast-beating heart of Seoul life as it is found in the millions of people in near-perpetual motion everywhere the eye – and camera – can see. People spend so much time traveling in the most public of spaces, yet are so very alone in the experience. The picture above is the representative image of the exhibit, as the nearly 20 images in the show record the entire gamut of the transitory experience – from the most intimate of human interactions to the coldest of stationary spaces. I liked this picture the most because of the composition and framing, of course, but also because of the luck I had with her stance and capturing just the right amount of blur on just the right body parts.

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