‘Transience’

‘Transience’ alludes to the fragility and temporary existence of human presence on the landscape and the environment’s ability to endure as a constant fabric upon the earth’s surface. As generations come and go, people mold the land to suit their needs and create their own stories upon it, only for them to become a distant memory and later an archival piece of history. ​

The Meet, 1950

The Meet, 1950

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