Untitled (Red Fall) 2018 100x130cm Inkjet print mounted on aluminium, framed, museum glass
In the second iteration of the exhibition trilogy, photographic works, marble sculptures and stamps form an installation-like body. The exhibition takes place in both Hippolyte’s Photographic Gallery and the Hippolyte Studio and showcases judicial settings, walls and facades, as well as ruins and seasides—borders. The exhibition photographs were taken in Senegal, the United States, Palestine, and Mongolia, et alia. They present one reality without claiming a documentary position—settling themselves between notions of the factual and the imaginary. Sculptures in the exhibition combine the temporality and documentary quality of the photograph alongside the marble’s historical framework.