Age of Innocence

“When looking back on our childhood, photographs and family stories stir within the mind. We attempt to piece together a cohesive narrative that leads up to the formation of the adult version of ourselves-a sort of private creation myth. Memory isn’t infallible, however, and often our spotty accounts of the past can be twisted, embellished and selectively pruned of the ugly details and uncomfortable moments.

-Age of Innocence: The Sculptures of Gehard Dementz. Hi-Fructose Magazine. Volume 22. Nastia Voynoskaya

source:hifructosemag

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