Transports publics bondés, embouteillages chroniques, pollution liée au trafic…
La RTS donne la parole au public face aux politiques avec plusieurs émissions sur des thèmes majeures de la vie publique en Suisse.
La première se déroulera en direct le 8 avril prochain à Fully sur le thème de la mobilité.
Au cours de l’émission, cinq citoyens, sélectionnés après un casting de plusieurs semaines en Suisse romande, et sur les réseaux sociaux, engageront le débat face à cinq hommes politiques.
America by car by Lee Friedlander. American. This was a fresh approach on a theme he had begun in the late 1960’s and early 70’s. The new series although working closely to his early concept of views from his car, often with his own reflection in the door mirror shifted by his adoption of the square format of a Hasselblad camera.
Oscar Fernando Gomez from Mexico, a taxi driver turned photographer uses the window of his cab to frame life on the streets of Monterey. These amazingly simple images from his taxi window became part of the Window series, which he completed in 2008 and were published in Aperture magazine in 2010.
Andrew Bush examines the tension between private and public in his remarkable series of photographs of individuals driving cars in and around Los Angeles—a city famous for its car culture. By attaching a camera to the passenger side window, Bush made these pictures while driving alongside his subjects—often traveling at 60 mph. Taking notes on the speed and direction he was going, Bush created extended captions for the images and called the series Vector Portraits.
Where do cars go when their driving days are done? Many are crushed or recycled, but others are left out in nature to decay and crumble. It’s not the most efficient—or environmentally sound—method of disposal, but for Cologne, Germany–based photographer Dieter Klein, it’s the most magical.