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Featured grid, shot July 5, 1971, is reproduced from
CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 5/30/2020

Powerful 'Bernadette Mayer: Memory' is new from Siglio Press

Before there was Instagram, before there were selfies and iPhones, there was Bernadette Mayer's "emotional science project," Memory. Featured grid—culled from more than 1,100 photographs in all, made over the course of July 1971, one 35mm roll of film per day—is from the sequence shot on July 5. "With this road you didn't need a house," Mayer writes in the accompanying daily text, "everyone set the sun & sense the presence of other people. This is about watching other people, then creating someone for people to watch, understanding the desire to watch other people to understand them or just to watch them, not finding any place to set things down then save this for later & wait. I saw I talked about. The sun set…"

Bernadette Mayer: Memory

Bernadette Mayer: Memory

SIGLIO
Hbk, 10 x 7.25 in. / 332 pgs / 1155 color.





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