The Glitter Generation is the first step in a bigger project about instant gratification, consumerism and the throw-away society.
This project is about the instant gratification in the modern culture. It is the backside of all the parties and social gatherings, where we dress up our self and our surroundings. The project is concerning the trash left behind that would maybe eventually end up in the landfill. And the project is also related to the phrase “not all that glitters is gold”: The images should be looked at, as visually beautiful images, but with everything there is a backside, just like the hangovers after a party, both mentally and physical. With all that glamour and glitter, follows the cleanup.