As If It Should Have Been a Quarry
"Mirlesse's Iceland tells us that "now" does not name a present, just as "then" cannot be reduced to the past. The traces carried by the image include reference to the past, the present, and the future, and in such a way that none of these can be isolated from the other. Mirlesse’s photographs tell us that history is something to which we can never be present because it is sealed and encrypted in the plural faces of persons and geographies as if they were a kind of quarry. With her and her photographs, however, we are at least given the glorious chance of mining them."
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- Sabine Mirlesse
- 64 pages
- 30,7 × 24,7 × 1 cm
- 0,768 kg