Interrupted Recollection I
Interrupted Recollection I

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection II
Interrupted Recollection II

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection III
Interrupted Recollection III

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection IV
Interrupted Recollection IV

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection V
Interrupted Recollection V

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection VI
Interrupted Recollection VI

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection VII
Interrupted Recollection VII

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection VIII
Interrupted Recollection VIII

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection IX
Interrupted Recollection IX

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection X
Interrupted Recollection X

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XI
Interrupted Recollection XI

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XII
Interrupted Recollection XII

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XIII
Interrupted Recollection XIII

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XIV
Interrupted Recollection XIV

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XV
Interrupted Recollection XV

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XVI
Interrupted Recollection XVI

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XVII
Interrupted Recollection XVII

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XVIII
Interrupted Recollection XVIII

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XIX
Interrupted Recollection XIX

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XX
Interrupted Recollection XX

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection I
Interrupted Recollection II
Interrupted Recollection III
Interrupted Recollection IV
Interrupted Recollection V
Interrupted Recollection VI
Interrupted Recollection VII
Interrupted Recollection VIII
Interrupted Recollection IX
Interrupted Recollection X
Interrupted Recollection XI
Interrupted Recollection XII
Interrupted Recollection XIII
Interrupted Recollection XIV
Interrupted Recollection XV
Interrupted Recollection XVI
Interrupted Recollection XVII
Interrupted Recollection XVIII
Interrupted Recollection XIX
Interrupted Recollection XX
Interrupted Recollection I

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection II

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection III

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection IV

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection V

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection VI

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection VII

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection VIII

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection IX

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection X

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XI

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XII

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XIII

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XIV

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XV

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XVI

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XVII

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XVIII

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XIX

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

Interrupted Recollection XX

Interrupted Recollection problematises the indexicality of photographs by reducing the distance between the photographic subject, and the media used for photographic presentation and reproduction. This series accentuates and celebrates the failures of digital and analog displays, scanners and paper in rendering the subject as it is in life.

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