The project “The Place of Origins” highlights a portrait of a subject, a human being made of bodies but not subjects, more emphasizes the missing part. In portrayed subjects, a person’s empathy is perceived visually as a daughter of our time, becoming more and more aesthetically and less spiritually. My reflection is centered on the ontological condition of man perpetually...
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