Jason Larkin is a British photographer. His most recent project, Waiting, won the 2016 POPCAP African Photography Prize and was nominated for the 2016 Prix Pictet Award.
‘The City of the city is jagged and spiky, tangled, twisted – burned down, paved over, rebuilt, unruly with wealth and poverty side by side, as they have always been.’
Entries from Georges Perec’s I Remember, translated from the French by Philip Terry and David Bellos.
‘Trees, mostly the older and weaker ones, were toppled by the wind, dragging neighbouring trees down, just like someone contaminated by the virus would contaminate another.’
‘If you need proof you’re alive, regard the oar / in your hand.’
‘What a strange, terrible, exciting present – something you have to defile in order to appreciate.’
‘The way we manage erotic knowledge is connected to our handling of unwanted truths’
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