They live a lonely existence on bare walls, hidden in corners or in front of heaters. No one notices them when they are not needed, they are just there. The little heroes of everyday life are turned off after successful acts until they are used again.

'Look at the things around you, the immediate world around you. If you are alive, it will mean something to you, and if you care enough about photography, and if you know how to use it, you will want to photograph that meaningness.'


– Paul Strand – „The Art Motive in Photography“ in 1923, British Journal of Photography , Page: 613