Sometimes what’s right in front of us is far more interesting and absurd than anything a fimmaker or artist can create. Austrian photographer, Robert Rutoed, looks at the those fleeting and small moments where the juxtaposition or confluence of events create a bizarre and sort of wonderful result. For his series, Less is More, Robert states. ” I philosophise about God and the universe. And about what you can leave out without being left with nothing.”
Less is More is now a book, and he has several other interesting series and publications on his site.
“If less is more maybe nothing is everything.” (Rem Koolhaas)
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