When we remember our memories there are details that come back to us, odors, sensations. The image that materializes in our consciousness is vaporous, blurred. Looking at a photograph poses the question of what has been and what is no more. In the series “Inside” I am interested in the visual image and its role in the mechanism of memory. […]
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