Traces of Time

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The Traces of Time project presents a vision between a current and tangible printed reality that already ceases to exist and an uncertain present resembling the past. This is the perspective of travellers who steal a snapshot of life and leave behind a trace that could change the lives of those they've passed.

Mischievous Ismaili children, young women, and housewives, opium smokers, village chiefs and simple peasants all lent themselves to the magical ceremony of the instantaneous picture , welcoming this instant gift, which is, itself, a vestige of their time. A time which is frozen by rituals and a centuries-old way of life but also slipping away through the hardships of their daily lives.
- by wakhan-anotherafghanistan.com
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Posted by creoflick 5 years, 1 month ago from: wakhan-anotherafghanistan.com

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