In the wake of a tornado that scattered the physical symbols of her past, the American photographer Leslie Hanes has reconstructed some of the pieces she recovered from the water in her Chambers of Illusion. More generally, she has constructed her own “search for lost time.” The images revive the promise of another horizon, of a new adventure that is...
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