I’ve always been interested in the different ways that people engage with art, mainly in well-established museums and galleries and the sense of urgency their reputation generates. Are all these artworks good because people like them or do people like them because they are good? The Euthyphro dilemma of Art! Museums like Tate Modern are usually quite big and a day might not even be enough for someone to take a close look at each and every artwork. But some of them appeal to us more than other. And we might spend a disproportionate amount of time in front of an artwork compared to another. When I was there in November 2016 I captured this man who was standing for quite a while reading all the projections. Just a fish in the sea like all of us, wandering around Tate Modern, overwhelmed, overworn, overseen.