These are fragments of stories, pieces of silhouettes, strips of horizons, a floral potpourri of fantasy and reality. Simple at first glance, the work of American photographer Brea Souders, 34, is complex, and not just formally. In a way, they can be seen as the representation of our memory, its sensory flashes, its images that come out of nowhere, its absences.
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