Lawrence Bridges

Solo things, sad things alone, fresh things headed for destruction in the dark, the loneliness of months of confinement against disease, harm to others, one’s own death, this is what these five photographs represent. In a word: unease. These photos reveal our aloneness when time freezes. They catch us in our alienation from the world. We are all orphans in an unfriendly reality except in moments we can capture and feel alive briefly, in the time it takes for the shutter to click and light to find us.

Fish Pond at the Imperial Palace Tokyo

Jumpers in Cinque Terre
Pond in Tuolumne Meadows YOSEMITE
Positano during the pandemic
Sailboat at night in Santorini

BIO: Lawrence Bridges is best known for his work in the film and literary world. His poetry has appeared in The New Yorker, Poetry, and The Tampa Review. He has published three volumes of poetry: Horses on Drums, Flip Days, and Brownwood. As a filmmaker, he created a series of literary documentaries for the NEA’s “Big Read” initiative, including profiles of Ray Bradbury, Amy Tan, Tobias Wolff, and Cynthia Ozick.


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