What might it look like if we could hold day and night, summer and winter, the presence and subsequent absence of something in a single gaze?
These are the questions that led to the work in this exhibition, playing at the intersection of sight, time, and memory.
Using projectors, prints and layered light boxes, this work straddles expanses of time the human gaze can’t accommodate.
Philipp Scholz Rittermann
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