A question about identity Paradoxically, the question of identity that I pose does not arise in the course of my life searchings. It would seem I have already put the process of putting down roots, of asking myself: where? when? behind me. Nevertheless, questions concerning who we are is coming into play right now, and open my latest photographic series, Oblivion. Hidden Identity. “There is no dispute over the fact that memory is a condition for the sense of identity, both individual and collective, that we are ourselves because we carry our past as our own, that the remembered personal...
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