Type C Prints
8 x 5″ | 2008

The presence of danger is felt the moment one decides to take a risk and in a contemporary society, children are almost pressured to develop rapidly as adults. The memories associated with growing up leads to discovery of self, of place(s) and of people, which together seem intangible through the consumption of technology. The traditional notion of play is no longer associated with the outdoors with/without primitive toys but rather physically and technologically confined. The sense of discovery as a youth was always exciting, particularly places that appeared devoid of human life, or activity. These were the spaces that leads to territory and to a future unknown.