As a teenager, I spent hours at night watching TV, flipping, searching movies and short films featuring people of my age and stalking endlessly moments where something was slipping. With my fingers on my camera or the RECORD button on my VCR, I kept all those images or video fragments to gradually form a primer of what I then perceived […]
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