The first surrealists (poets, painters, sculptors) were often going through flea markets and other vanguard markets to pick objects. Sometimes curious but usually ordinary objects. But then, when at home, they were combining them in aesthetic works. In other words, "the ragpicker footsteps".
Photographers are doing exactly the same but they "assemble" their work on the spot.
But they are also lucky because they also have in their disposal faces, glances, shadows, animals …
Orna is collecting these glances, without losing the taste for composition and peculiarity, strolling through the crowds.
After all, we are nothing without the others, even the indifferent or hostile ones. (BACKLINK)