A photograph anonymizes the subject. 
An image does not carry a specific time or place, 
and the fact that it has been taken away from 
the flow of time separates it even from the subject itself. 
By capturing traces of light, a photograph is able to show shapes and forms,
not necessarily meaning or content.
Yet at times, something vague and indistinct unfolded from an image,
both as a whole and in its details,
can startle the viewer, while at other times comfort them,
or bury itself into their subconsciousness.
This series of works, using plants and the wet-plates,
emphasizes on a function of photography as
a medium in a way like no others.

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