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Athens Photo Festival calls for entries

Athens Photo Festival, which will take place in the Greek capital from June 7 to  July30 just open...

Les Rencontres d’Arles moves to Paris-II Panthéon Assas university

Tomorrow, Wednesday the 22 of March, will open Les Paradis. Rapport Annuel, an exhibition by Paolo...

ICP celebrates African-American women on its windows

Until March 26th, The International Center of Photography (ICP) honors Afro-American women on its f...
Philipp Hugues Bonan © Galerie Lame Marseille
Philipp Hugues Bonan © Galerie Lame Marseille

We think of time as linear; hours to days, weeks to months, years, centuries that become millennia. But in Fractured Phantoms, time becomes a collapsed 100 year-old spiral staircase. Time conflates into image moments, sensory impressions from past experiences that have healed
into permanent memories of family, some loved ones, some perhaps not-so-loved ones. So these are constructs of things-past, seen today like reflections in curved mirrors. They are not real so they can become even more real;
Baudrillard simulacra.


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Eric L Hansen