Luiza de O. Martins
What does it mean to stay with opacity, to reject the impulse toward legibility? What can exist in the crevices, in the in-between spaces of that which we cannot simply measure with our own parameters, or the parameters we were given and taught to value? With opacity, we are confronted with what remains in the corners of our vision, the shifting shadows of ghosts and spirits at the edge of perception; we are called to examine what these shadows can teach us about ourselves and how we engage with the world. Opacity lies at the crossroads of change; it's…
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