Otohpgraphy

The otohphgraphs are found photographs turned back to front. We are not allowed to see the front , only the writing on the back and the outline of the subjects, carefully  traced and partly separated from their backgrounds with a sharp scalpel. They are then stamped and numbered as part of the m( )esum collection.

The otohpgraphs are manifest muesum fragments, the left behind of people and moments. Incomplete private histories, isolated and lost from their original forgotten circumstance and context.