rust [rʌst] (Collins English Dictionary)
– a reddish-brown oxide coating formed on iron or steel by the action of oxygen and moisture
– any corrosive or debilitating influence, esp lack of use
– to become or cause to become coated with a layer of rust
– to deteriorate or cause to deteriorate through some debilitating influence or lack of use
In this collection of photos taken in the course of years, I am concentrating on trashbus’ main theme: trash – rust, to be specific. The still and secret life of things unused, of things forgotten, of things thrown away. What value do they have? Why do they still keep on existing? Are they rising up against deterioration? Against oblivion? Do they want to be remembered for what they were?