A photograph doesn't always need to be polished to be perfect. Sometimes it is a simple observation. Whether it is the beige infusing with the light around the room or the shapes of implication. The implication of progress, identically titled. It is about construction from the everyday but it is more than that. It is an idea. An idea for life, for positive thinking but more importantly for progression. It is not just beauty that creates this sensation but it is the shapes of the everyday common place objects that have faltered their way into each others path. They had never met in such a way before.
As the light trickles in the reflection leaves something there to be considered. Neutral and general the ambiance of the room gives a source of inspiration that can be applied to any situation and any person. It is about emotional construction.
Such a scene suggests interruption and a constructed narrative that has been thought up instead of discovered. It lies and bends the truth. It is not found upon. It is found upon.
It is difficult to tell.
Like progress and the building blocks we use to maneuver through our lives it offers a sense of logic, drenched in hope. But it is just a starting point, an idea. It is an idea that is the beginning of many others. A spark to ignite some kind of momentum in life. It is a metaphor.