Juna Suleiman

Hiam: Dark Room Chronicles

“[...] It is true that everyday life is the world of the unnoticed, in which existence is mostly deprived of, or removed from, its circumscribed meaning. [...] Most probably this is the secret of our attraction to the raw and unformed – where we would meet matter condemned to perish, and the kind that may not be found in any corner of time, and yet we have managed to capture it, for however short a moment, to touch it, hold it as it is delayed for a while on the way to its demise.”

Yvette Biro, Profane Mythologies

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