I recently switched to a new camera (the Fujifilm x100t); I’m still adapting to it, but so far I really like its portability and quality. I’m also a big fan of fixed lens cameras, as they force you to (try to) follow a consistent style.
The most recent work of Banksy is a rich art exhibition under the form of a “bemusement park”. The park grounds and galleries are full of interesting and provocative installations (the most disturbing being a game where you can drive a series of refugees boats); the general theme of social and political critic feels very refreshing and somewhat reassuring. Another positive aspect is the ability to kindle interest in crowds that are usually not interested by art and social themes.
Despite all these positive aspects, being part of any mass crowd always brings some sort of social critic and irony. This is most probably not coincidental, given the previous works of Banksy, the most notable example being the “Exit through the gift shop” documentary, probably the greatest pun of all times towards the arts industry and arts-consuming crowds. With this in mind, here a few pictures that document those aspects of being part of any modern crowd.