Aperture has a workshop. They ask:
“Do you know where you’re going next with your photography–or where it’s taking you?”
Good thing you asked, Aperture. Honestly, I have no idea. I do know this, though:
I photograph because it is the communication, the one that is. Even if it exists partly, mostly, exclusively even, in a void*.
An empty room, where the images and what they carry bounces between the walls, slightly altering meaning and/or perspective with every change in direction.
Where much of the content exists outside the visual, making it hard if not impossible to give meaning to others than the one who was there, thought that, felt like so.
To an extent a bit like talking to oneself on the way home from work. Yet not.
*(If a tree falls in the woods and no one is there to ..)