When I think about To Culture With Love – our project – and see, hear, read stuff like this TED Talk about Collaborative consumption by Rachel Botsman, it makes me feel that we are very much on to something. We’re very much in this time. And we’re trying to visualize this – how we work in a collaborative way, in a free way, out of joy and love for what we do – to a larger group of people who are a little bit stuck in their normative ways of thinking.
Sharing. The key word.
And at the same time, just a couple of days ago at the Peter Lindbergh exhibition at C/O Berlin I saw this:
Pictures are being censored in a very visual way. This because of a fallout between the photographer and the model. And looking at it like this, the way the museum has handled the censoring becomes like a statement against the ridiculousness of not sharing.