Aporia noun: an insoluble contradiction or paradox in a text’s meanings.
“An insoluble contradiction or paradox in a text’s meanings.”
Inspired by the photograph Hillcrest, N. York 1970 by Lee Friedlander, a series of distorted worlds – reflections in the glass screen of an old flip top mobile phone juxtaposed with the world itself, captured by the phone’s camera.
Dr Marcus Bunyan
25 images in the series
© Marcus Bunyan
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