Josh Aronson is an artist based in Miami whose work has been exhibited internationally. In Aronson’s photographic works, he explores what it might look like for Florida teens to revel in the vivacity of nature. Away from their computers, and far from their teachers, these teens rediscover what it means to be young. For many, youth is the construction of an ideal beyond the confines of class, be it a social class or the sort of class that starts and stops with the ring of a bell. In utopia, there are no ends. For Florida teens, that means: no school shootings. No hurricanes. No book banning. “Sure, utopia can never be achieved, but through photography, I’m able to make it that much more tangible” states Aronson.
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