Wednesday, January 7, 2009


landscape photographer
patrick o'hare
via unique lapin

"Don DeLillo has had a huge influence on my work. His writing has so many layers that reverberate, the images that lie underneath and around the narrative, the coincidences in the landscape. There always seems to be this kind of giant iceberg underneath the surface, which evokes a poetic tension that deals with the notion of modern efficiency and alienation, a service society and what that does to people. He really tunes in to the mystery and the ruthlessness of what appears to be transient and impermanent. But he does it with a grace and poignancy that appeals to me, and always with an understanding that this is a world where people live. "

1 comment:

Unique Lapin said...

tell me about this weather all day in NYC! ek