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Shadow of preservation

2024/ ongoing

Silk screen print on fabric (mixed media)

There is an inherent tension between the permanence of the architectural heritage and the transience of the photographs. Old monuments stand as timeless witnesses to the passage of time, embodying history and culture. In contrast, souvenir photos are ephemeral fragments frozen in time, susceptible to loss, decay, and the ever-changing tide of memory. They exist in a delicate balance between preservation and oblivion, echoing the impermanence of human existence.

This complex interplay between preservation and unintended impact, between appreciation and unwitting erosion, serves as a reminder of the intricate relationship between humans and their environment.

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