Past Intimacies

From the utilitarian to the quixotic, objects we save from individuals we fall out of touch with becoming surviving evidence of past intimacies. Much like the act of photocopying, what remains is an afterimage— an impression of a vivid sensation after the stimulus has ceased. 

Contributors: Jocelyn Chuang, Chia Lynn Kwa, Laura Ng
Appears in: Tokyo Art Book Fair, Huge Ink 2.0 Newsletter

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