Scraps and bits of a lifetime
The portrait of a woman is presented divided in separated images with missing gaps in–between. Every fragment of the portrait is framed and hung in a slight shift from its original position. Looking at it, one can either discern the outlines of the face, or focus on the details presented separately in each frame. In a reference to Christian Boltanski and the impossible recollection of a total that would precisely remap a life, the fragments of the presented portrait only give enough information to discern a person.
Wooden frames | Offset prints