Postponed Noon

Archival Inkjet on Archival Fine Art Paper
101x105 cm

Postponed Noon is a series of eight photographs that illustrate an uneasy relationship with the city. Watching the urban transformations through a screen, through a curtain set between the interior and the exterior, a sense of loneliness dwells in this precarious distance between the observer and the observed as a deliberate yet hesitant captivity attempts to circumvent an overwhelming feeling of alienation. The enlarged photographs, initially Polaroids, permeate an impression of the everyday, a personal recording of proximity, constructing a visual diary with a format habitually reserved for intimate souvenirs.

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