Lina Scheynius perceives the world by turning her gaze upon herself. Her body is the seismograph by which she measures the world. She encounters herself by exploring her body. It tells her what she senses. And the camera translates. Direct as these images appear to be, they too are created through the medium of an instrument: the camera.
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