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American artist and writer Teju Cole frames his diaristic images—such as the photo Brazzaville (2013) which features a young boy grasping a railing above a body of rushing water—with short poetry and texts that examine memory.
Other artists in the show make steady deposits into a diaristic record to track changes over time in the perceiving or perceived self.
In 1990, when Iraq invaded her homeland, the work became an anguished, diaristic record of the horrors unfolding under occupation.
Composed of diaristic vignettes, Hitler, My Neighbor offers a singular portrait of 1930s Germany, unique both for its intimate glimpses of Hitler in semi-private moments and for its point of view.
The assortment is personal, but obliquely so, a diaristic collage of external rather than internal sources.
There is also a decidedly diaristic element at play in Zhang’s fictional work.
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