A hundred little windows

A hundred little windows

Things go, to never come back But circling, restless in time Rest in your eyes so I can see Flashing lights & memories Calling them all along the way


Beautiful little windows, robust steel and concrete staircases, intriguing graffiti art, the smell of pigeon shit and ultimate silence,…. Urbex perfection.

Unfortunately, this old paper factory did not survive digitalisation. As a producer of old fashioned office stationary the demand just collapsed, and 400 people lost their job.

The building is empty for 5 years now and ready to be demolished.

To be a witness of what once was, to read the names of the people who worked here, to touch the machines they worked with every day,… it always feels as a privilege.


Lyrics “Future Lights” by Double Mixte

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Elfie Deprez

Elfie Deprez is an autodidactic photographer driven by curiosity and the constant urge to grow. Photography is an escape to her. An escape from the monotony of everyday life and the harsh reality of the world we live in, dominated by a pandemic. She explores unknown, forgotten and abandoned places, characterized by solitude. With her pictures she wants to take the viewer with her in her escape, in her discoveries. She has a strong attraction for darkness, decay, brutalism, roughness, authenticity and imperfection putting this in contrast with light, vulnerability, softness and naivety.