Photographer Anne De Vries has updated since I last checked. In her own words Anne has embraced the digital photo revolution and is eager to think of what new role photography has next to all other visual media.
Pictured is one from a pair titled 2x openings, “the picture shows a reduced version of actions that take place at exhibition openings. the picture is printed with life-size hands on it and is hung at the same height when the original happening took place.”
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