The photographs are the most effective, with the obelisks shining like bizarre beacons in a range of peopleless settings like brush country, a riverbank or someone’s backyard among lawn ornaments. They monumentalize the transitory nature of a border, driving home its arbitrariness and bureaucracy. The pictures showcase a landscape whose recesses and vistas contain the invisible truths of history, and encourage us to go out in search of them.
- Jillian Steinhauer
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