The resulting content could seem positive and true or cynical and ironic. I'm interested in whether the interpretation of “Everyone has his own fortune” is visible in the photographs. Is the content predictable, such as stereotypical expectations of the attitude projected by a business manager compared to a homeless person? Is the subject’s attitude directly related to their material situation? Is the situation a consequence of the attitude (which would somehow confirm the proverb) or is the attitude a product of the situation? Do both develop in interaction? Do people think about it, perhaps in connection with the photo?
The series will show people in very different contexts and realities: families, school children, workers, successful business people, unemployed, homeless, people in their professions, with their hobbies, in old age homes, hospitals, artists, clergy, business owners, employees. Thus, the project depicts the diversity of our society, and has a journalistic and investigative component.