An Incomplete History is a reflection of what’s left after erosion has hit a life. Soil is the earth’s fragile skin that anchors all life. When this soil slips away, a life crumbles, a family falls apart and memories start to fade. Ananda van der Pluijmuses photography to reconnect with her surroundings and to find her bearings. Her previous series Martin...
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