Yet, By No Means

I'm interested in the mortality of photographs as a physical product and nostalgic memory, especially in the age of digital photography. Millions of photographs are made every day, clogging up infinite space on hard drives, to never see the light of day. I hand picked these slides and super 8 movies from thrift stores, trash piles and abandoned houses while traveling in Germany, Hungary and across the U.S.
l wanted to reincarnate the slides and appropriate them with respect to peering into the lives of every day humans, making up my own interpretation. As our world is divided into places that are public and that are private, I wonder if one day we'll see hard drives in said thrift stores, or trash piles with 'Family Vacation', marked on them.

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