A position or place that affords a wide or advantageous perspective: Overlook, a high place where people can gather to view scenery; Camera angle in photography, filmmaking, and other visual arts. (Wikipedia)

In this series I am trying to show the 'post-photographic' condition we find ourselves in today. Observing patterns of public behavior at a famous sightseeing spot in Venice, Italy and then removing all signs of place from the frame so we have left to consider the role of photographs in our memory and our lives. The vantage point makes everyone to perform the 'danse macabre' with all sort of photographic and telecommunication equipment. Everyone is tempted to leave their own digital dent instead of buying an already existing postcard. That says a lot about what taking pictures does really mean.