In this rational age when we overwhelmingly categorise, systematise, and industrialise our world, artists create new meanings by inquiring about the spaces between categories. In photography, spaces between are often pictured as liminal spaces, the thresholds between places or times where transformation occurs. They capture something which has happened or an expectation of something happening. When space is conceived of in other ways, the photograph may capture the space between: cultures; states of mind; private and public; real and artificial or imagined.
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