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Andrew Barsoum

Andrew Barsoum

The sacred character of a photographer’s negative remains as a last vestige of orthodoxy. The photographer isn't only an artist, the photographer bears witness to a time and place, making the contingent and localized flow of lives and matter into a timeless testimony of a world that once existed. A pristine negative is divine, a brief glimpse into a real that was, a piece of omniscience. Andrew Barsoum negates this burden, not out of scorn, not to obliterate a person, event, or memory; but in order to separate his image from the demands of locality. He doesn't erase a memory, he memorizes a beautiful dream- a timeless no one.