Jeannette Petrik and Kairo Uza explore the imaginary lives of the objects that surround us, and of the people that appear equally object- like to us in our everyday encounters. Drawing on this observation, they present a series of photographs that challenge our intuitional causal thoughts by exposing their deep grounding in prejudice. Reflecting on this hegemony of pictorial representation, its claim to truth so to say, they fill the gaps their photographic sequences deliberately leave open through the ruthless narrative intervention of other media.
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