Drifting on as in a Dream 바다를 곁에 두고 사는 사람들

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Photos by Aoife Casey

“Perhaps I should not have been a fisherman, he thought. But that was the thing that I was born for.”
 by Ernest Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea

The sea appears in human culture in contradictory ways, as both powerful but serene and as beautiful but dangerous. It has its place in literature, art, poetry, film, theater, classical music, mythology and dream interpretation.

It’s a character, a god, a setting for exploration and war, an image touching all the human senses, a metaphor for the unseen world beyond the senses.

This is a photo series of portraits of those I met on a recent trip to the Philippine islands of Cebu and Boracay who make their livelihood from the sea. Special thanks to Noi Ilustrisimo.

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Contributoir, Aoife Caseyfsadfadgsdfg

She is an Irish artist living and working in Seoul, Korea. She expresses problems of existence with performance, photo, sculpture, installation more than 10 years. She had a first solo exhibition in 2013, Seoul. She is in full activity with her own view as an artist in recent. http://www.aoifecasey.com/

아일랜드 출신의 작가 이퍼 케이시는 10년 이상을 퍼포먼스, 조각, 설치, 사진 등의 작업을 통해 인간의 신체적 혹은 존재의 문제를 다루어 왔다. 2013년 부터 서울에 거주하며 한국 사회 속에 동화된 한 인간으로서 느끼는 경험을 작가적인 시각으로 풀어내고 있다.

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