The Photographic Journal

Able to be.

Essay 91 • Oct 21st 2016

In some places I feel more human than usual. By human I mean mortal, and alive at the same time. Organic.

There, I remember what I am - a self aware mammal, a complex of 37 trillion cells, carrying DNA that has been mutating inside of preceding bodies for 3.8 billion years. I remember that in my smallest particles, I'm no different than the world around me. And I breathe, thrilled to be able to be.

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DAVID UZOCHUKWU (b. 1998, Austria)

Image maker and storyteller based in Brussels. Ten year old me picked up a camera, and never put it down again. I thrive on creating somber narratives set in a bright universe.

http://www.daviduzochukwu.com/