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The Table

By Francois Lepinay

Tags: Photo journalism

Voters: toadoap, dpf,

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warb 14 839
21 Dec 2003 7:49PM
wooooooo its a table! :o)

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iansamuel 14 271 United Kingdom
21 Dec 2003 8:13PM
nice legs (and not on the chairs)
21 Dec 2003 8:17PM
Just a couple of girls about to sit at it, a sort of interestingly unimportant and banale decisive moment. An idea that I would like explore further, even if it turns out to lead nowhere!! The thing that really interest me in this picture, is the question of what actually is a "worthy" subject matter ? Is it possible to look at things that people do in everyday life that are so boring, or banale, or taken for granted, or whatever, that we tend to omit seriously looking at them? Hope it makes sense !!!
toadoap 14
21 Dec 2003 9:49PM
I like it.. it could be said that it is a statement about the double standards we live with today.. Our love of pretending to support things like fair trade (the t-shirt) while sitting outside a major coffeshop chain, drinking a latte knowing that the coffee growers were ripped off and living in poverty so you could enjoy a cheap cuppa. definately worth exploring more..
rburress_uk 14 41
22 Dec 2003 10:25AM
I opened the image thinking 'wooo its a table' just like the first post. In the end I thought...hey, give it a go. I would be interested to see where the journey takes you.

Good on you for being different -- or for playing a great April fools early to see if you can bait potential Turner Prize judges.
iansamuel 14 271 United Kingdom
27 Dec 2003 11:29PM
Francois, I know what you mean completely about looking for subjects in the 'banal'. Good luck.
28 Dec 2003 12:41PM
thanks Ian.
dpf 14 7 United Kingdom
11 Aug 2004 11:33AM
I have to be briefer - so many good images, so little time!

Active, dynamic - well done!


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