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past imperfect pt. ii

Past Imperfect pt. II  implements photographs of unknown origin—found discarded in a box on the street—in a series of works exploring the deconstruction of identity, the unreliability of memory, and the passage of time. 


Whether the subjects depicted are celebrated or exploited in their use, they’ve been placed in a precarious position in service of memory as metaphor: perched between preservation and fictionalization, archive and allegory, lost and found.

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