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Inga Hanover


Inga Hanover challenges herself to visually respond to a page a day of Marcel Proust’s Remembrance of Things Past. Her visual translation is a personal diary and a response to the outside world. Just as her book is not a straight narrative, her drawings are not meant to be read as a continuing narrative, but instead as a daily response to Proust’s words.

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