Wild flowers of roadsides and waste places 
2019 / Mixed media / 120 × 120 × 120 cm


Time may enhance what seems simply dogged or lacking in fantasy now because we are too close to it, because it resembles too closely our own everyday fantasies, the fantastic nature of which we don't perceive.
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Another effect: time contracts the sphere of banality. (Banality is, strictly speaking, always a category of the contemporary.) What was banal can, with the passage of time, become fantastic.



Susan Sontag, 1964
Notes on “Camp”
Contribution to the P artisan Review

Copyright: Laurynas Skeisgiela

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