My photographs explore the new normal of tourists documenting of their visit to the popular Lennon Wall in the Malá Strana district of Prague. Upon spending many hours at the wall, I began to see discrepancies and similarities between those who visit the site. I’ve discovered that selfie sticks have no age limit, “take my picture” is a universal language, and the experience is viewed more often through a lens than with the eyes alone. I chose these images because I feel they capture the ever-changing vibrancy of the wall itself and those who visit it.
To me, the Lennon Wall is more than a passers by check off the list, but it’s the most unique exhibit of artistic freedom Prague has to offer.