The Thought Project

The Thought Project
Work
Allison Mooney
  • 1 october 2007

Peeping Toms and daydreamers alike will be intrigued by Simon Høgsberg’s new work, The Thought Project. It is a collection of 55 portraits, each accompanied by a blurb detailing what the subject was thinking at a random moment in time. Høgsberg took the photos (he calls them “life-snaps”) over three months on the streets of New York City, Denmark, and Copenhagen. The Danish photographer approached 150 people, asking them what they were thinking at that very moment (well, right before the strange man with a camera stopped them).

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