Lonely Windows by Julien Mauve Delves into a Modern Disadvantage

 - Nov 19, 2013
References: julienmauve & fubiz.net
It's not everyday that a person gets to see a rather accurate reflection of their daily life, especially since its an everyday occurrence; yet the Lonely Windows photo series grants a glimpse that may change their perspective instantly. It revolves around eerily lit portraits that address the obsessive nature modern society as over technology and, namely, their social media outlets.

Shot by photographer Julien Mauve, the Lonely Windows photo series focuses both on connectivity and detachment. As the photographer notes, "Through its digital twilight glow, the screen becomes a window, opening to a new world while simultaneously introducing a new kind of loneliness." It is interesting how the Lonely Windows series captures a depressing drone-like look on each of the models.