Silent pictures, the telling of the dizziness of the link, unalterable, whole, the difficult task of accompanying a child elsewhere, outside, in the world that calls and excludes, invisible solitude. Attempting to archive time. Little daily things, intimate, harmless, repeated. The need to take pictures of them, show them, look at them, see them.
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