Time Spent that Might Otherwise Be Forgotten Photographs by Diane Meyer


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Diane Meyer is interested in “the failures of photography in preserving experience and personal history.”

Meyer uses embroidery on original photographs to form a pixilated representation of the underlying image. She states, “The embroidery acts as a barrier to the image, allowing the viewer to see only a pixilated version of what’s behind it.”

Book design by Meg Birnbaum
Images & artist statement by Diane Meyer
Forward by Paula Tognarelli

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