Young man in suit, wearing antlers walking streets of central London with book of Kafka in his hand. London street photography. In the office based area around Bank station had this young artist joined crowd of men in suit, slowly walking towards Oxford Circus and engaging in conversation with passers-by, who were not afraid to approach. While quoting following text, he was sharing with “brave” approaching people … he certainly raised smiles on many otherwise serious and busy looking faces. One of the reasons for his eccentric approach was to engage in conversation with complete strangers.
Quote (text from card supplied by artist):
“the animal proposes to the human by indicating … means of escape
that the human would never have thought of by himself”
(Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari 1987)