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Candid camera project captures the faces of lost Olympics fans
Agreed, why take the subjects away from the very environment that makes them interesting? Or is it more about the nostalgia and assumed coolness of taking pictures of people with Polaroids?
A tourist separated from their tour is a wonderful exploration into the idea of the artificial veil of safety and wellbeing. No matter how slight, a tourist who is excited and confident to be in a particular area can perceive a greater sense of danger and ill-feeling when they are lost despite the world around them remaining just as 'safe' as it was a moment before they realised their predicament.
Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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Many consider pylons to be eyesores, but they are set for a makeover via a competition to rethink their design. However, Hugh Pearman says bettering their form will be an uphill task
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