By Edge of Humanity Magazine, October 9, 2022
Konstitucijos Avenue viewed through the window of a designer’s studio, 2018
Photographer Arturas Jendovickis is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay. From the project ‘Private City Landscape’. […]
Dormitory and apartment building through the housewife’s bedroom window, 2019
Skyscrapers through the window of an apartment under renovation, 2019
Often, we do not think about how people, things, emotions and environment influence us. Environment which surrounds us, shapes us over time and can direct one way or another. And what about the view we see through the window? We all have friends or acquaintances, who have interesting views through windows of their home or workplaces, where the city looks completely different, showing its not yet seen “face”. The place where we live or work and what we see through the window affects our emotional and psychological state, well-being and life in general. Desire to understand how the view through the window affects people and was the main reason why I started this project.
Wanting to emphasize urban landscape I do use people in my photographs. However, by showing elements of the interior I give the viewer the opportunity to create a picture of the person living or working there and become the viewer himself by looking through the window from his, his own or the author’s perspective. […]
Source: The View Through The Window