The booklet starts with a sequence of photographs and reproductions leading to an image of a golden pretzel, depicting a sculpture by Taudin Chabot. It reads like a reflection on different representational forms of decorum and their flipside within photography. Unexpectedly the sequence switches to images of clocks, tables, television sets, gambling machines, newspapers and a whole range of devices that are commonly deployed to kill time. Their origin remains opaque but they indicate a parallel reality that is precarious and clandestine. Edition 600 copies. Made in collaboration with Roger Willems.
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