Everyone was presented with the same request: to recite a passage of a book they like. That way “the unfolding words were woven”, words that might well have been a reflection of oneself, of the person in the portrait, and maybe their echo will inspire people to reciprocate and express themselves. While creating the series of portraits, a wink was […]
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