It is at the end of the movie that a piece of furniture, a closed door or an empty street tells the audience something has been done. A piece of someone’s soul was left behind leaving their story to those who would dare to hear or see them. I never thought I would produce a piece of photographic series that portrays an emotion without a subject to render it to the audience. Scenes suggesting a human presence that came before it tainting what could have been an innocent piece, just as a mind of a child being opened into a world disparate to their imaginations. Inspired by the finale of Streetcar Named Desire, a play written by Tennessee Williams, I created a photography series conveying emotions of loss and brokenness allowing the audience to create the story. “Denouement”, a three-photograph series portraying a sad depart from innocence, glamour, and self.
Denouement (noun), the final part of a play, film, or narrative in which the strands of the plot are drawn together and matters are explained or resolved.