Wednesday, 21 April 2010

The global crisis...


...has compelled many factories to close and many, while waiting to find a new job, are temporarily reinventing themselves. I do not know if it is the case of this young man, but it may likely not be the future he had in mind.  
Arona

8 comments:

Olivier said...

si c'est un artiste mine, il veut peut etre en faire son metier. belle posture, je serais incapable de rester sans bouger comme ça

Steffe said...

At first I thought this was a sculpture. Very impressive to stand there without moving for several hours.

brattcat said...

I find these living statues fascinating. I've only seen a few but each time I've had to be dragged away.

Dina said...

It is kind of sad.

Virginia said...

OH this man has a creative mind. I hope he does well. I love what he has done.
V

PS Bon voyage mon ami.

Leif Hagen said...

Clever but I wonder if anyone put any "dough" in his cup?

Mabel Petruccelli said...

Aquí, en Bs.As., las estatuas vivientes son miaradas como un hecho artístico, nada tienen q ver con las crisis económicas.
¡Un abarzo!

slim said...

Living sculpture . . . great performance art. Your interpretation is very thought provoking.