From Lou Tsatsas’ article at fisheye about Joshua Lutz’s monograph “Mind the Gap”:
“The problem is not chaos,” says the photographer. “The problem is our attachment to chaos.” Joshua’s images present a detached and artificial world with monochrome tones. In each cliche, symmetry dominates and reveals a falsely ordered universe. At their side, the texts deal with despair, madness and secrets, and reveal the other side of the picture. “You can interpret these words as revelations or moments of deep confusion. In any case, they mix with the noise and become empty that I want to fill,” concludes the photographer. A book that encourages reflection.