Frozen (in time)

Credit: Music: Better Days from https://www.bensound.com The Frozen (in time) images are analogous with photography, a photograph freezes and preserves time. As the ice melts away it mimics the transience of time and impermanence of memory. The reality of photographs…

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Music: Better Days from https://www.bensound.com

The Frozen (in time) images are analogous with photography, a photograph freezes and preserves time. As the ice melts away it mimics the transience of time and impermanence of memory. The reality of photographs makes them transparent, we see through them to look at the scene that was once before the camera. Whilst we gaze through the ice and look at the past it is nevertheless an unreachable place and impossible to penetrate.

Inevitably photographs fade, decay, are destroyed and abandoned. The disintegration of the images caused by the ice connotes the inevitable ageing and physical disappearance mirrors our own destiny.

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