New | Review | Liminal Images: Photomontages by Sarvesh Wahie and Andrea Geyer



 A photograph is a mystery. It obscures what comes before and after, focusing instead on an elusive present, which according to Jean-Paul Sartre in Being and Nothingness is in ‘perpetual flight in the face of being’. As soon as the picture is taken, it becomes past; a memory; a symbol of something.

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