This is a selection from my contribution to the Flâneur – New Urban Narratives project. The Flâneur partner Kaunas Photo invited me to a two-week residency in Kaunas, Lithuania, and gave the theme: Savanorių prospektas, the longest street in Kaunas.
Savanorių prospektas – a plethora of businesses and offices and not too much of housing. A busy avenue where people drive their car, park in front of a shop, rush in, get whatever they need and off they go! The spots of activity are dispersed along many kilometres of dusty, grey, noisy street. Not that many people hanging around there.
It was spring 2016. I decided to photograph views on the street and to make studio photographs of merchandise from the street and to see how these two types of pictures communicate with one another.