Subtraction Of A Form


“You come to the photograph as an aesthetic object with no context… 

Then you step in and read the text and then out again to revisit the image in a completely different way.I’m interested in that space and form between the text and image.
The piece becomes the subtraction of space between the two and acquires a complete different form by then.

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