102 La Mune,1978

When I take photographs there are always certain intangible scenes in the back of my mind. When these scenes appear before me I recognize them, and transfer their charged vibrations to the flat surface of the photograph.These intangible scenes are visions that arose from the lived reality of my human life: the confused moment of awakening from sleep, the yearning for a dream-like hope.Most of these visions come from the experiences of my youth: one day in early summer I went to pick tiger lilies fragrant filled and was surprised at the sight of the bright orange pollen on my white shirt.In the hospital my weak child's body gets smaller and smaller until I can't judge the actual sizes of things around me anymore.Like a child starting to speak I always ask myself What is this? Why? I ask the same questions to the scenes I encounter. This is also important for my photography.