Photography has a strong interdisciplinary quality, it can
be a bridge between various forms of art.
I’ve always been interested in the fact that photography
is a go-between the disciplines: you find photography
everywhere, everyone practices photography and there
are infinite genres of photography - from real life captures
to artistic manufactured ones, then fashion, still life,
John Szarkowski at the end of the 70s made a famous
distinction in photography between windows and mirrors;
today this distinction disappears and the two functions
coalesce: every human expression is an autobiography.
Christine’s work is a perfect example of this, as well as of
the interdisciplinary quality of the medium. A perfect example
of how an artist can bring to life inanimate objects
with such grace and humour, to play the different characters
of our inner projections.
"Anderson’s Wizard comes therefore to symbolize the way
we often trick ourselves: the Wizard is a metaphor of our
search for our personal truth - that is often a messy one,
and definitely very contradictory.
Senior Photo Editor of Vogue Italia
and L’Uomo Vogue