The title of “Fragments of a Lover’s Discourse” is inspired by the 1977 classic Roland Barthes book of a similar name. 


The description on the cover reads: 


“Reviving the notion of the amorous subject beyond psychological or clinical enterprises, Barthes’ A Lover’s Discourse is a book for everyone who has ever been in love, or indeed, thought themselves to be immune to its power.”


This book is a diary that I put together. It is not my story, and it can belong to any woman. 


Each polaroid is a portrait of a distinct object in the subject’s personal space. The polaroids are accompanied by quotes, fragments of the subject's narrative. 


This narrative explores intimacy, dependency, vulnerability and violence.

Fragments of a Lover's Discourse: Book

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