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LOST, LOST, LOST, 2005
60 X 45 cm and 133 x 100 cm
Lambda Print on Dibond - Wooden Frame

With the same title as the 1976 film by the Lithuanian director Jonas Mekas (1922), LOST LOST LOST, brings together a series of sixteen photographs articulated within a sole concept: memory. It is an intimate photographic journal of abandonment, of loss, of fragments of reality. The differences between places, continents, present, past are all diluted. Everything becomes memory.