Some photos I took while staying in hotel 101 in Reykjavik, Iceland. I had been reading the on going moment by Geoff Dyer and came across an interesting section about the unmade bed and its capacity to suggest its absent occupant. This inspired me to take these.
This was my first shot of the space. Dorethea Lange assigned her students a task while teaching photography: To take a photograph of a personal environment with no people in it.
This second photo unsettles me a bit. I cannot decide whether its the fact that the clock is off kilter to the rest of the almost geometric composition or the fact that everything else except the face is blurry and indistinct. Its interesting though as I think this almost make it more of an alarm clock and the way you would see it when it suddenly shreiked you awake.
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