I have never spent more time at home than this summer. Not that it is by choice really. It is just this moment in life where suddenly everything gets viciously quiet on the work front and you find yourself facing your most critical insecurities and start rethinking your life. New York is brutal when this happens, no safety net and no second guessing or you fall into the pit. These introspective moments can be beneficial but it should not last too long, it is a slippery slope for an artist.
I welcome fall season with the hopes to re-focus, re-invent and most critically move on from idle-ness.
I know I am not the only one walking the desert. I know. And you can drop me a line if that makes you feel better for a few minutes.
Photographs © Anne-Claire Rohé 2013