A serendipity inspired me for the CITY REFLECTIONS series. In early spring 2002 I was waiting for my compagnon in front of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Suddenly I saw a flow of images popping up in the reflections of the revolving doors. With my camera I would capture a crucial moment – my picture. Nevertheless, these photographs show a dynamic sense of time and space, rather than just a fraction of a second.
Similar to the images of the first series, I like the idea that attentive viewers get deeper into the picture each time they contemplate it, discovering new details. As they penetrate under the surface they may feel the vibes of the city.