From 2003 to 2006 I brought my White Tent to a muddy field in Glastonbury as a guest of Lost Vagueness.
Lost Vagueness started back in 1986, hidden away in the craziness of Glastonbury Festival.
Evenings consisted of an anarchic population of performers and guests in a fantasy vaudevillian city – in which anyone could become anything they wanted. Guests were performers, performers were guests - the only rule being that all who entered donned their
party evening wear and stepped away from the mundanities of life.
The Lost Vagueness field has attracted more and more attention during the growth of Glastonbury Festival – partly because it seems to many people to represent the noncommercial, surreal equality that embodies the spirit of the festival.
My White Tent is a free photographic studio: anyone can come inside, and together, we make pictures. We always seem to have a private party while making the portraits: most people, when they come inside the studio, feel relaxed and enjoy the immediate intimacy of the white room.