Skull on print
A set of pictures on paper are made in multiple phases. First I made some black prints using copying paper as the printing plate. This caused the pictures to be really black and white leaving no shades of grey in between. It is quite abstract when the object in question seem to be all cast in shadows.
What does the expression on the face tell us - that we cannot see. So this leaves the story to be told for the viewer?
At the same time new pictures from the past were growing onto the print. The Skull, the Frog, the Bird. They were perhaps telling another story of and on the scene. Is there a possibility that the skull whitened by insects and desert sun has something to tell about the City Desert Suits that are waiting? For?
To be forgotten?