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Gytis Skudzinskas - Album, Noroutine Books, 2014, Vilnius




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Pages: 48
Place: Vilnius
Year: 2014
Publisher: Noroutine Books
Size: x cm (approx.)

Traditional Japanes book binding, limited edition  99 + 1 AP, numbered and signed. Each book with one original found photograph and one archival print (Documentation of "Album" installation at Kazys Varnelis house-museum, Vilnius). Text by Ričardas Šileika (Lithuanian only).
„The Album project consists of found photographs. The images employed in the project have lost their original function (memory). To be more specific, no one remembers anymore what is depicted in these photographs, and why they were taken. The most comprehensible signs in the photographs are the notes and the marks of time on their back. The reverse sides of the photographs displayed in the installation and in the book eliminate the primary function of the non-verbal message. Only the notes and the time-worn surfaces allow the perceiver to interpret the "invisible" story. However, one is always aware that something else is there. “

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