The picture illustrates an unspecified happening in the routine life of an unspecified person who passes by. He is an individual integrated into society, dressed in a tie being the symbol of male integration.
He has obviously "programmed" an event this day. But he changes his mind, wants to do something else and wants to be free. Has he been released from the yoke of his routine, though? In any case, he has the will to do so.
Modern man has perhaps been tied up by many obligations, but he preserves his freedom: ephemeral determination to take command of his destiny? This linear, angular universe allows junctions, projects prospects and seeks new directions like the labyrinth its exit. (R.Vancampenhout)
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