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Book - Rivages (2018)
Harry Gruyaert
Blurred boundaries

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...
Sorry, your search for "Blurred boundaries 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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