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"Useless for seeing, his eye took on extraordinary proportions, developed beyond measure and, stretching out on the horizon,let the night penetrate it's center in order to receive the day from it. And so through this void, it was sight and the object of sight which mingled together. His eyes try not to look in space but in duration, and in a point in time which did not yet exist."
Maurice Blanchot
Thomas the Obscure
Between each box and its image there is a character. In the process of seeing the outside and the inside, each box makes a self-portrait.