Jill Baroff on Frank Badur








When do black and white become equivalents? What an idea: that black and white are the same! When black does not divide, but holds a space steady. When it does not break from white to become an image, but rests in animated stillness like a Ryoanji stone. Sequence infers movement from one moment to the next, but here, there is no individual moment; there is only the whole seen from varying perspectives in time.

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