“I was asked about my relation to Henri Cartier-Bresson’s notion of the decisive moment and in response I said that in my work, ‘There is no decisive moment.’ But actually, there are so many decisive moments, and their effect is cumulative. Sometimes decisions are altered or changed entirely.”
Read more of our conversation with artist Liz Deschenes here. Her exhibition is currently on view at Vienna’s Secession until February 10, 2013.

“I was asked about my relation to Henri Cartier-Bresson’s notion of the decisive moment and in response I said that in my work, ‘There is no decisive moment.’ But actually, there are so many decisive moments, and their effect is cumulative. Sometimes decisions are altered or changed entirely.”

Read more of our conversation with artist Liz Deschenes here. Her exhibition is currently on view at Vienna’s Secession until February 10, 2013.

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    I studied photography (I mean, intro, but still) with Liz Deschenes! She’s the best!
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