Images picked out of the air like butterflies… Caty Jan dallies with death: one minute you’re there and the next minute you’ve gone, like nothing ever happened. What does it mean to die? A fluttering of wings and that’s it. Caty Jan shoots in a hurry… as if trying to hold on to life? Through her artistic approach, she questions...
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