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Thirty days, thirty square-format photographs rimmed in black with no apparent logic: some urban and industrial views, a wind farm, the tomb of an English mercenary, a lost tractor, a stuffed tiger. To depict this everyday anxiety, Aliyar Rasti used an everyday device: his telephone. The choice of the number thirty gives the series a set time frame. Rasti prefers facts: thirty days, not a month. He dissects this anxiety by enumerating it rather than relying on abstract emotion.

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