SEQUENCES (1975 - 78)

These photographic sequences seek to posit questions about the significance of space and time in photography, with images that examine different facets of a phenomenon: the change that occurs in a composition when the elements are moved into different positions, when the photographer moves, when the point of view changes, and the peculiar narrative that occurs when the photographs are arrayed sequentially, forming independent works. This is a series that explores the borders between photography and cinema as a starting point for a creative proposition.

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