Santu Mofokeng

Saturday, 30 January 2016

“My journey into photography started as a way to rebel against my growing contempt and frustration with the limits of language to effectively communicate. In 1996, I returned  from a stressful year of studying Philosophy in a Master’s program at Syracuse University and I remember wanting to escape into the mountains to possibly join a Zen monastery; I wanted to meditate and remain silent in an effort to really just experience the world.” Paul Thulin as interviewed by Tom Seymour and Brennavan Sritharan • British Journal of Photography

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