UNTITLED (I've taken too many photos/ I've never taken a photo)
75 inkjetprints on foam in 3 different sizes: 24-32 / 30-40 and 50-70 cm
A2 double sited poster / full colour 1000 copies in French &1000 copies in English to take away for free
camera: Marloes van Doorn & Anouk Kruithof
edit: Arrien Zinghini
solo exhibition at Tour les Templiers during Hyeres festival de mode et photographie in Hyeres France
Untitled (I’ve taken too many photos / I’ve never taken a photo) 2012 is a social conceptual project resulted in a spatial photo installation. A guy called Harrison Medina from Bed Stuy, an almost gentrified ghetto in New York, who never made a photo in his life before, selected 75 photos and their sizes out of Kruithof's ‘automagic picture archive ’. She found this guy through a street-poster-call. During the selection process she recorded the conversation with his comments on art, photography and society, which can be seen and red on the take away poster, which comes a long with the installation. Viewers could take a mirror to ‘frame their own pictures’. This work could be seen as ‘analogue interactivity’. The work is a psychical and surprising experience, where both spectators as the selector (Harrison) play important roles.