“Cities may seem to grow only upwards, but they actually accommodate two different worlds: First being the obvious Überland, the city over the ground level; and the other Unterland, the underground. Even though soundly developed metropolises have a very intricate and large underground infrastructure, the most lived, experienced and perceived urban world appears to be the one above: Überland. Unterland is usually ignored, misperceived, underestimated and not particularly pleasing by many; since the times we spend in the Unterland is usually temporary and we do not reside there.”
And we thought we’d live forever until the night when it got way too serious, and you showed me your damaged wrists, and you broke down and we embraced and nothing at that time meant more to me. And if I had only known that it would be the last time we’d be on that level with one another, I would have never let you go.
"His series Studio Physics is an investigation into the nature of time, light, space and gravity. He composes a still life from which he crops one part of the image that gets send to a painting factory in China. Once the oil painting of the cropped section made by an anonymous artist returns he reinserts the painting into the original setup and photographs it again.” [text via]