Dogs left in cars

April 2, 2011 § 4 Comments

Drawing from his own experience of being left in a car (for a while) by his parents as a child and his affinity for animals (and, I am guessing, powered by his Psychology degree), London-based photographer Martin Usborn photographs dogs left waiting in cars.

Mute: the silence of dogs in cars - Prospero

The series, called Mute: the silence of dogs in cars is full of melancholy and emanates a sense of abandonment and almost existential loneliness. The fear of being left alone, for ever. The fear of not being heard. Almost nightmarish.

Mute: the silence of dogs in cars - Bones

In the photographer’s words: “The camera is the perfect tool for capturing a sense of silence and longing: the shutter freezes the subject for ever and two layers of glass are placed between the viewer and the viewed: the glass of the lens, the glass of the picture frame and, in this instance, the glass of the car window further isolates the animal. The dog is truly trapped”.

Mute: the silence of dogs in cars - Milo

Hauntingly beautiful.

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