According to Jean-Paul Sartre: "Nothing" is not nothing. What new content is created by including the edges of the image? Does the inclusion of a white or black surface change the interpretation of the impression of reality transferred onto paper? If it leads to new interpretations within an analog print, how does the content of the photographs change through the mass of "nothing" in a newspaper, an exhibition, or on a contemporary social media presentation?
Gelatin silver prints, 18x24cm and 24x30cm, sig., st., 1988. (overall edition 3, different sizes) + 2AP
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