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Dogwalk
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  • Brigitte Bauer takes her dog for a walk everyday along the Rhône River outside of Arles. She always takes her mobile camera phone on these walks and takes photographs of her dog as it explores the territory.

    Animals have their own territories that are defined by scent, smell and noise. When owners take their dogs on walks the dog questions our more ridged human boundaries made by law and fences, they let their senses rule their life even if the owner tries to control the dogs wanderings and urges by a leash. Animals like dogs challenge our understanding of the world with fixed ridged boundaries and borders that we need for safety. Dogs suggest another way of navigating the world and another way of seeing. They take humans back to earlier times before nations and formal boundaries and to an imagery utopian life without fear. This might be why we keep dogs, they imply freedom from the constraints of boundaries, and that dogs view the world as liquid territories.

     

    Paul Wombell, 2014

    for the exhibition France(s) Territoire liquide at TriPostal, Lille, 2014


    Dogwalk
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    2013-10-26 17.52.10

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    Impression numérique, formats et supports variables



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    Vue de l'exposition France(s) territoire liquide, Tripostal Lille 2014


    Vue de l'exposition France(s) territoire liquide, Tripostal Lille 2014


    © Sylvain Martin / FTL


    Dogwalk
    2011 - 2014

    Brigitte Bauer takes her dog for a walk everyday along the Rhône River outside of Arles. She always takes her mobile camera phone on these walks and takes photographs of her dog as it explores the territory.

    Animals have their own territories that are defined by scent, smell and noise. When owners take their dogs on walks the dog questions our more ridged human boundaries made by law and fences, they let their senses rule their life even if the owner tries to control the dogs wanderings and urges by a leash. Animals like dogs challenge our understanding of the world with fixed ridged boundaries and borders that we need for safety. Dogs suggest another way of navigating the world and another way of seeing. They take humans back to earlier times before nations and formal boundaries and to an imagery utopian life without fear. This might be why we keep dogs, they imply freedom from the constraints of boundaries, and that dogs view the world as liquid territories.

     

    Paul Wombell, 2014

    for the exhibition France(s) Territoire liquide at TriPostal, Lille, 2014