Second part of the Absence series emphasizes the limit of spatial ambiguity through the remains of landscapes, structures and surfaces. The series includes stitched fragments of a whole to construct memories that were never owned. While these fragments hold the multiple possibilities of reconfigurable traces, they also point to the impermanence of present.

In the second part of the series, I focus on spatial experiences on a personal and conceptual level during the unending process of a global crisis. Time, which becomes immeasurable as it expands between the old and the new, transforms into the absence of a constantly postponed idea of the future.

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