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Changing Horizons, 2013 – photographic montage, 102.5x148 cm, digigraphie

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According to its basic meaning the geographical horizon traces an area of remote absence, excluded from the geographical space proper and being the focus of a nostalgic or idealizing gaze. From a psychoanalytical perspective, absence becomes a central element of the human psyche, so that the horizon line depends on renegotiating one's own subjectivity, describing an essentially unstable mental space.