Joost Fonteyn is as Brussels as can be. He started as an engineer, became a manager and evolved to independent IT-consultant.
Photography at that time was a hobby. But wanting to take more artistic holiday pictures, he started evening classes. A hobby became a passion. The closing act of the last two years was a group exhibition.
“flows“ was his first own exhibition: people on the move, individuals blending in the flow. Started in Belgium, later extended to different international locations. Invited by the ‘Holmenkollen Skifestival’, the flow-project ended, due to corona, with … crowd-less flows.
With “djulesfmj“ Joost crossed the boundaries between photo and video, combining both with the text and music of the band. Photos became videos, the roughness of the singers’ voice amplified by the black and white grain.
Belgian Station Secrets is an ambitious new project. Brussels is just a first. Flanders and Wallonia can be next. There’s locations and stories all over the country. And he wants to capture them before they disappear.
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