Texters: Photos Capture How Devices Disengage Us From Our Location

Texters: Photos Capture How Devices Disengage Us From Our Location

A new series by photographer, Joseph O. Holmes demonstrates our utter devotion to our mobile devices.

Kyana Gordon
  • 6 july 2011

On a busy street corner, standing in Central Park, or even in front of a hot dog vendor, a varied cast of city folk are all captured in a new photo series by Joseph O. Holmes doing one thing: texting. Each of the photos in Texters portray a texter juxtaposed to a bustling urban background, absorbed in the keypad of a cellphone.

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