About the Book
I became obsessed with my Uncle Rob and his way of life. His self-confinement of 41 years has led to a creation of his own environment and rules. The placement of everything, although appearing random and chaotic, is strategically placed for maximum efficiency. Saving time, money, and resources was his first priority, yet
what does he gain? The chores he performs for his mother around her house allows him to stay at home, and he is given a stipend for mowing the lawn and taking care of the garden. These photographs should not exist, or rather; they do not exist to my Uncle Rob. His passionate hatred for being photographed led me to hiding my camera, coughing when I clicked the shutter, and waiting till he was tending the garden to explore the home. This lifestyle of self-confinement and efficiency has been going on for forty-one years and will continue.
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