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A Window to the Sea

08/03/2013

A Window to the Sea

I felt as if I was doing something wrong when I took her photo gazing through the “Window to the Sea” sculpture in University. I rushed to take the photo, fearing she would turn her head in my direction, and then went away. But a part of what drew me to shoot was the way she stood, a firm and motionless stance, as if not only was she not resisting to be seen inside the frame and make a remark about the sculpture, but in the right circumstances she might have remained to stand there forever and donate her body to the art of sculpting.

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From → Otherness, Tel Aviv

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