Atelier Clelia Alric. presents On the border of nothingness… on the road to healing by Margaret Lansink. In the endless flow of everything, people come and go in our lives. While the presence of some can be so subtle that we barely notice when it begins or ends, with others it is much clearer: they enter or exit with a crash. In “On the border of nothing”, the Dutch photographer Margaret Lansink transcribes the transitional ambiguity of her adult daughter’s decision to suspend all contact with her, photographing landscapes and naked women whose evanescent presence raises the same haunted question:...
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