Jonas Beerts, How I learned tears can’t fill rivers
Don’t be afraid of my voice
I won’t fool you
I won’t seduce you
I won’t stop singing until you are gone
We sing for the places we can’t go to
For the people we can’t see
Push hard on wounds
was my mothers’ advice
Trade pain for tears
my fathers’ refrain
I learned that tears can’t fill rivers
His excrements are everywhere
I try to prevent intestines from falling out of our bodies
I try to postpone missing you
What remains is the longing to sing and to be sung
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Jonas Beerts was born on a Wednesday in the summer of 1997 and has been a bricoleur of images ever since.
At the age of six, Jonas took up a camera and has been a Stone cold lover of photography ever since.
At the age of 18, Jonas started his studies of photography at KASK, Ghent.
At the age of 23, he graduated with a big pile of media at his feet. He cunningly stumbles over the pile and tries to make the best out of it.
Jonas loves Sarah, and vice versa.
They love each other so much they started sharing a practice together.
They go under Sarah & Jonas or Jonas & Sarah. Whatever floats your boat.
His eyes are attracted by two lovebirds on a windowsill across the streets.
His head drifts away through the open window.
He invites you to follow.
I want to go further :
Check the website of Jonas Beerts : https://jonasbeerts.be/
Follow him on Instagram : @jonasbeerts