A personal photography project
Fragments as parts, detached, incomplete. The footprints of a path. The pieces of a story. The portrait of a process in repetition. The search for the outcome, the starting point of the following iteration.
Fragments is a retrospective analysis of a two-year-long period of the author's photographic practice. In this project, the maker becomes the viewer, extending time beyond the freeze of fleeting moments. The photographic situations become unintended rituals, and new processes emerge. The spectator becomes part of the processes when reading the work, as fragments rather than a whole.
2018—2020 | Independent Practice | Concept • Photography | Selected pictures