A Slideluck Potshow London/DEVELOP Tube creative collaboration. From Aleksander Sedelnikov: “See You Later is the phrase we use to postpone the inevitable. I don’t know if it means to see somebody soon or never again.”
This history is about people, sounds, smell and states. Movement from one town to another, from one extreme to another shows the total repression of desire to destruction on the one hand and its unrestrained realization on the other hand.
These are the places you keep in mind all the time but cannot visit again and sudden flash-backs that are always with you despite your wish.
This is a fear for others, awareness of the impotence and turning outside instead of turning to yourself. The inevitability of being under the look the of the other. The feeling of anonymity and the need to undertake it.
This is a sympathy and at the same time lie and self-deception. Guilt feeling because of the lack of sincerety. The inevitable look aside. Rejection and failure to understand.
See you later the latest exhibition of Alexander Sedelnikov, is on display at the FotoDepartment Gallery of Saint Petersburg. Alexander Sedelnikov is a Russian photographer born in Kasly in 1986. His pictures were taken in both Saint Petersburg and the Chelyabinsk region.
As part of a creative collaboration between Slideluck Potshow London and DEVELOP Tube, Erica McDonald has made a selection of the stories presented in London in the 2012 SLPS edition, to be spotlighted on DEVELOP Tube. The artists selected are: Alexander Sedelnikov, Cristina de Middel, Luca Sage, Melissa Cacciola, Paul S. Amundsen, Pierfrancesco Celada, Kirsty Mackay, Claudia Mozzillo, Alvaro Laiz.
Slideluck Potshow (SLPS) is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to building and strengthening community through food and art. SLPS operates multimedia slideshows combined with potluck dinners in about fifty cities around the world. slideluckpotshow.com/
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This album is part of the DEVELOP Tube Channel which can be found at vimeo.com/channels/developphoto. DEVELOP Tube is an educational resource which features interviews, profiles, lectures & films about photojournalism, fine art photography & documentary photography.
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