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Kristina van Zyl

Photographs serve as a vessel for memory , containing key details to the nature of the intimacies between subjects as well as photographers. The supposedly impartial action of revisiting memory is challenged in this series , as intention informs how a photograph - or memory- is translated. Revisiting photographs- and through that, memory- becomes a form of curating, with omittance or inclusion rewriting how that memory will be retold in future instances.


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