New Zealander Harvey Benge’s new book, The Lament, continues his investigation into the nature of things through a celebration of the democracy of images. Questions are asked though few answers given. These are places we have all been, if only in the mind. As with all Benge’s projects, The Lament is partly fiction and partly autobiographical. The pictures mine the...
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