Henk Visch Exactly how I remembered it

Nº 8 / February 2014
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“It is as if the images in this book close their eyes and immediately transform each other into a little impression we can take with us to the next page. And so, as we read the book, we take each individual image with us. Because the book is arranged in three parts, we feel we are getting closer and closer to the core, and to the truth; the more naked, the thinner and sharper the images become, the closer we come to the essence. Or is it the other way round? And once we are beyond the halfway point, we go through the same process all over again in the other direction. Perhaps every page of Exactly how I remembered it contains the same image, one that we change – by looking, reading, turning the pages and remembering – into another lie.”
From: ‘Images to take away’ Christophe Van Gerrewey, in: Exactly how I remembered it

64 pages, 21 × 30 cm
ISBN 978 94 9126 208 1
Text by Christophe van Gerrewey

Launched at Middelheimmuseum Antwerp, 22.02.2014
With the support of Tim Van Laere Gallery
Henk Visch