The seemingly small and unimportant details of our existence – that’s what Maurice van Es zooms in on in Rooms of Now. For example, a sticker on the inside of a cupboard, a lost toy, a well-used light switch next to a door. These are the objects that a resident of a house does not pay attention to in the hustle and bustle of everyday life. However, these are the details that Maurice van Es notices. These small, personal elements that are part of someone’s existence offer an intimate and disarming insight into someone’s life. Averse to romance or staged representations Maurice van Es is just as unforgiving as tender in how he records our actions in a photographic time capsule.

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