"As it Goes"
"It tastes like Mitrochondria"
"Three plus three, plus three"
"The shelf life of a prayer"
"The car didn't start again."
"The train is leaving"
"Los ninos que escriben en el cielo" (The kids who write in the sky)
"The forecast and sky said rain, but there was none"
"Parenting ain't for the faint of heart"
"Love will heal the world"
Random Coincidence is an exploration of moments that converge to create the illusion that everything is either destined to occur or a random event.
A candid photograph is a perfect example of this perception.
For this exhibit, I asked the viewer to participate in the titles of these images without seeing the photos.
I randomly associated a number to each photo.
Without any knowledge of the photos, I invited participants to send me a title, word or phrase, with a number between 1- 10.
Since energy follows thoughts, my question is:
Were these titles influenced by the energy of the photo even though they didn't actually see the image?
The title submitted is now a part of the photograph and has added another dimension to it's story.
This questions our participation in our daily lives, the planet and beyond.
Random or Coincidence?
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