Philippe Vandenbroeck

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Philippe Vandenbroeck

The Sparks of Happenstance 
 (Walter Benjamin in memoriam)

by Philippe Vandenbroeck (Belgium)

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“What is ‘solved’? Do not all the questions of our lives, as we live, remain behind us like foliage obstructing our view? To uproot this foliage obstructing our view? To uproot this foliage, even to thin it out, does not occur to us. We stride on, leave it behind, and from a distance it is indeed open to view, but indistinct, shadowy, and all the more enigmatically entangled.”
– Walter Benjamin


Portfolio from the Produce a photographic series workshop with Claudine Doury, October 2020.

Video conference withISABELLA BRANCOLINI,
Art & Business Advisor, founder of nineteensixtyeight

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