Sham Enbashi
More diginified, more human

“When we define the photograph as a motionless image, this does not mean only that the figures it represents do not move; it means that they do not emerge, do not leave, they are anesthized and fastened down, like butterflies.” Yet once there is a punctum, a blind field is created: the woman with the collar , for me, has a whole life external to her portrait. The graceful ballerina is tied or suspended? What differentiates a body still in an image from a body of a mannequin?