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Gregory Crewdson

12, junio 2013

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The first and foremost thing I’m interested in doing is creating a beautiful image that feels complex and that uses light and color. So that’s what I’m more conscious of in terms of making pictures, but then, of course, there’s the underneath stuff which is more murky, which maybe I’m a little more removed from. But that’s the real core of the work, that sense of isolation or sadness or anxiety.  […] It’s a kind of nakedness. I relate it to like Edward Hopper; it almost increases the sense of vulnerability or loneliness or separation, but also having a desire. Never does anyone actually physically touch in my pictures. There are exceptions to that, but when there is nudity, it’s meant to reinforce the idea of being alone in your own body.