“There is in every human countenance either a history or a prophecy which must sadden, or at least soften every reflecting observer.” Samuel Taylor Coleridge. For John Slaytor there is no greater beauty than that expressed by human vulnerability. John Slaytor’s images of morning commuters sitting and reflecting in trains are intimate studies of individuals. The project comprises more than 300 images and was undertaken in Sydney in 2011. It stemmed from Slaytor’s belief that photography can only advance when it capitalises on technology whilst focussing on the invisible.
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