Photo Essay: No Purpose, by Jay Komuda

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No Purpose

While occupying residential neighbourhoods we starve for more, for excitement, for cool, for bling. Constant arousal provided by urban environment reminds us that we are alive, deep down though, we remain tired, lifeless, lonely and abused. It is the city that takes our life away, it is the city that makes promises. We trust its brands and corps which make us feel special, needed and valuable. We are afraid of the usual and the ordinary. We sacrifice too much, we sacrifice self.

Photographs & Text: Jay Komuda | Website:


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