Solo Exhibition by Romanian film director and photographer Andreea Andrei.
"It's a project with people and about people. It's a simple way of trying to understand the human race. I'm trying to get to know people better by photographing them in a relaxed environment, one of their choosing. We are sucked in by social media, internet and smartphones. We forgot how a real analogue photography looks or smells like and how many emotions we can live, how many memories we can recall from a physical photograph, now we just posess huge stocks of digital memories, which may disappear in the blink of an eye. I want to bring back the instant analogue photography into the art scene. It's always a good idea to go back where it all (almost) started.
I want to make people understand that we still need analogue photography, maybe now more than ever. Everyone can own a digital camera and take pictures. But the beauty of analogue photography is that it gets you closer to the material, the real and palpable, in the face of the illusionary pixels. We shouldn't fade in technology, we shouldn't lose our humanity, I think it's our duty to take care of that. I think analogue photography is a part of that."
This exhibition will be on display 21st July 2017
Open 6pm - 8pm