Titled simply, “Behind a Little House,” Manuel Cosentino’s exhibit has made it’s way around the world, from Italy to Argentina to Boston to Brooklyn.
It took Manuel 2 years to capture these eight photographs.
Returning to the tiny house throughout the different seasons allowed him to capture the location in different lighting.
The first photograph starts the series with a Big-Bang-like explosion and sets everything into motion, the last is a new beginning – it represents that piece of “carte blanche” that we are all given with our lives. By drawing in the book anyone is at the same time breathing life into it, keeping it alive page after page, and is also responsible for his or her contribution within a wider context.
These are the pictures on display. You can see a little book on a stand in the distance.
In the book are pages filled with an image of the tiny house on the hill in front of a white background. Manuel asks viewers to draw in their own backgrounds. Here are some of the designs they came up with.
Pretty neat stuff. It’s strange, and somehow makes me happy, that only eight pictures can have such an impact.
Source: Manuel Cosentino