The Language of Waste

Shubho / December 28th, 2011

Man is defined by what he refuses. His garbage tells his story. His waste is his likeness. His objects will always fail, offset by the desires that produced it: this gap is his garbage – it is what defines him.

Another year slowly ends in Santiniketan amid the waste left in the wake of the Poush Fair.

© Rarh Design Studio, 2011


1 Response to “The Language of Waste” more

Saba / 07 Apr 2014

Interestingly enough,I see these images as examples of 'good' waste.I see organic waste:textile,cardboard,eggshell.They'll disintegrate in no time.Unlike the waste produced in North America.Plastic.Invincible.Thoroughly destructive.
So glad to be stumbled onto this blog while searching for nonsense rhyme.