Text I: Murmuring in Your Right Ear
Text II: A Photographer with No More Regrets
“But let us not talk of facts. No one cares about facts anymore. They are mere points of departure for speculation and exercises in creativity. In school we are taught Doubt, and the Art of Forgetting—especially forgetting all that is personal and local. We live in time, which is successive, but we try to live sub specie æternitatis. There are a few names from the past that are still with us, though the language tends to forget them. We avoid pointless precision.” — A Weary Man’s Utopia, Jorge Luis Borges
This photography project examines the individual’s complexity and gender fluidity. It has two intertwining threads: one that might be thought of as storytelling, and the other as a kind of a meta-commentary about the medium of photography in and of itself.