the unreturnables

We lose things. People, places, things. Sometimes, it happens in the slow fade of change. Other times, irrevocably and without warning, something is erased.

It is to those things that can never be recovered that this triptych observes loss from different perspectives.

And to that altered past, there's an urge to communicate beyond the facts. In this culture, it speaks the language of monuments and remembrance and nostalgia. The planes that fly over these pieces deliver the cause and the effects.

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