As always: Take your time to follow my associations. They never are open to scrutiny at all. I hope you don’t mind some mysticism.
« … now
the gods are laughing
Final lines from: «Alone» by Charles Bukowski — first published in the New York Quarterly Magazine — № 52 – (1993)
Every day, we walk past lost things in the cityscape. They usually remain unaware, some end up in the lost and found office. Your lost lighter, a single glove or a subway ticket can be easily replaced, but the question is: What are these things doing now — are they alone — on the road?
Video: Yoonjin Lee
The artist Yoonjin Lee (Graphic Designer at the «School of Visual Arts» / New York) has given these little things now back their story with her «little lost project» and the attention they deserve — back at their home: She collects objects all over NYC and then put them out again at the authentic location – in the hope that they will regain their owners and thus their dignity.