Die Tore is an empiricist response to my mother’s brain tumor growth. 

A person’s creative mindset deployment can overcome great obstacles that besiege their existence. 

Humankind’s greatest unraveling is its propensity to react when confronting the pealing silence of nothingness. 

Here, I preach for space in darkness.

Through technical or general errors, the images found their own space, new dimensions where their status is more of intriguing intruders rather than offsets.

The ambiguous relation that exists between this acceptation of serendipity and impossibility of control contrast with the discipline and art of manipulation of the View Camera.

As an independent entity, I have unconsciously let the images create their status along the process.

Die Tore was built by itself.

I don't inspire hope, only shadows of light behind control and cautiousness.

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