André Josselin - When In Chicago: Lollapalooza!
Pictures are like music to me, one has to feel and to storify them. They are my call for freedom. I’d always rather be, where I’m not [currently]. Restless. On the scout. I take pictures of my own longing for more. For remoteness. For whats not within reach. With the photographs I want to create something that stays. Something that survives. Something someone in 30 years will find on their attic. I’m not looking for an answer of questions I never asked- the indeterminate excites me too much. Imagine the ocean had been entirely explored, or the galaxies. That compares to an end. It means to stop dreaming. [And] when I take pictures [or] look at them, I’m exactly at that place, where there are no questions anymore.