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Borderlines Image 4

Black and white photographs 1994-2007

All the images in this exhibition are titled “Borderlines”. It explores the relationship between socio-psychological spaces where you walk on one spatial plane unable to cross over into other realms of the physical, meta-physical and psychological. The images may differ in terms of location, year, initial subject matter, but all explore the theme of borders, that demarcated line between one thing and another, whether psychologically or spatially. How we present ourselves, what paths we do or do not take, how we willingly follow a simple border made of rope. Internal worlds may be carefully guarded. Most of us, we follow implicit and explicit rules and behavioral patterns. Some of us break through that. And peer over into the unknown, the unseen, the unknown. While I was always one to be curious and explore areas we were not supposed to, I was very guarded in terms of my internal world.

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