A small curation of Miti Ruangkrtya's work.
I know this sounds cliche, it always does, but finding beauty in the mundane has always fascinated me. Some of the most mundane photographs can also be so the most compelling and evocative. Don't you think?
Other asrtists' words:
"Start copying what you love. Copying, copying, copying. And at the end of the copy, you will find yourself."
"It's more interesting to have just a picture of a small detail—then you can dream all the rest around it. Because when you see the whole thing, what is there to imagine?"
—Dries Van Noten
"Photography involves two main distortions—the simplification into black and white and the seizing of an instant in time. It is this particular mixture of reality and unreality, and the photographer's power to select, that makes it possible for photography to be an art. Whether it is good art depends on the power and truth of the artist's statement."