Edition of 100
20 pages


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An old album containing photos of a trip to the United States, found by the artist in the attic of his childhood home. Yet, these pictures have too many correspondences with Paolo Bufalini’s artistic practice: it is tempting to speak of a distant attraction for animal and technological otherness, but their resurface disturbes a linear cause-effect narrative, opening to a plot of temporal paradoxes.
A weird tale in still-images, with time travels that rewrite the consequentiality of events. Among the many eyes, one may also count the redwood section, an enormous pupil, plunging its roots in the abyss of time. It may be a wormhole, with a young argonaut posing in front of it, ready to see what will always have already been.

/The published photos have been taken by Paolo Bufalini and his mother in 2001 during a trip to the United States (Washington DC - Vermont - New York).

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