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Berlin: Ken Schles


Ken Schles started this project when both of his parents were suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, their memories fading, and his wife was gravely ill. He turned to photography, which fails in its memorial vocation and demonstrates the shortcomings of perception. “Images are phantoms,” writes Schles. “In death our memories and their associated images are lost along with the significance they may once have held.”

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