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We are all artists. We reframe the world, reimage it to restrict it, limit it to define it. We draw an edge, it holds a center; that center restrains the edge. We see by circumscribing; we understand by editing. We build our world by cropping it. - We regulate everything. We turn perception into language. We control by narrowing; by making-human. We construct grammars and dictionaries, we organize meaning, we systematize. We rewrite the world, then reread it. We redefine it. No centers remains off-center, edges become impervious boundaries, we shift our focus to sustain our balance. We have no choice. We redraw the world to hold our place in it. - There is no choice.
Or is there? - Harry Gruyaert ignores the grammar of center and edge; finds the blurred boundaries of overlapping life, the places where one thing has begun to be another thing. He photographs processes not results. - no, he photographs moments caught in transition -no, he photographs the dissociation" had no results.
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