In 2009, he finished “1784”, a series complete with incoherencies, blurred boundaries of time and space, mental images colliding with perceptions. Yet while “The Dark Lens” and “We Will Remain on Earth” called up our memories of the future, “1784” awakens our fantasies of the past.
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