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Only Yesterday presents a homeland-landscape reduced of its liveliness and eros. Multiple actions were taken to create it; framing, cropping, retouching, blurring, melting, duplicating, blending. The outcome of all these does not result in a rich reflection of the place. Rather, it expresses a destructive desire: an aspiration to seize time and penetrate its layers.
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