Hearing Through Walls by Bradley Marshall’s offers a photographic exhibition to explore “American masculinity, lost youth and marriage.”

The project mostly criticizes children who don’t know each other and the tradition of familiar relatives. The exhibition comprises images of scenes with which Marshall has a deep personal connection in addition to his photographs. A candid and unfamiliar combination, the exhibition is a sharp expression of an individual’s effort to review his autobiography and to try and understand forms of interaction by clashing with greater cultural narratives. Marshall’s images which are almost never cinematographic deals with a type of masculinity and youth. You can follow the artist’s website to learn more about this marginal project which deals wih the reality and the legend by reversing and representing the cliché stereotypes of the future of men getting older.