Dafna Talmor • Lancia Trend Visions

Wednesday, 9 March 2016

“There is something about the vanishing point, both in photography and painting that fixes the observer—an idea of things falling away from a single perceptual perspective. Without this perspective or a horizon, you are able to get references from above and below, sky and ground, in minute detail and a huge overview all collapsed within the same image. It destabilises the idea of a fixed self and Other, and a kind of disorientation or even merging occurs.” Susan Derges as interviewed by Naomi Itami • Photomonitor

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