Sarah Sampedro

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Dimensions 34″x23″x2.25″ (framed)
Medium:: Archival Pigment Print

The image pauses on a moment of waiting and a moment of movement. The passage is created between these two moments and continues out of the frame into the future.

Dimensions 34″x23″x2.25″ (framed)
Medium:: Archival Pigment Print

The photo frame collapses time and space, revealing a mysterious passage that never truly existed in the first place.

Dimensions 15″x12″x2.25″ (framed)
Medium:: Archival Pigment Print

This razor wire occupies the Hungarian/Serbian border. It was erected in the great plains of Hungary (which look remarkably like the great plains of the United States) to stop Middle Eastern and North African migrants from walking to the European continent. Barriers like this exist all over our world to control passage from one place to another.

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