An Aesthetic of Accumulation

I have been mulling over what 'an aesthetic of accumulation' would premise after noticing my tendency to appreciate things in collectivity-made that way a) by people whose presence is immaterial in the context; b) with the  absence, but the allusion of people in the vicinity c) without mention of human presence in any form, at the time of my noticing. After further reflection, I realised that some of what I was observing that I wanted to visually rein, wasn’t just a framing of  unique things that had gradually or purposely collected, but also of a multiplicity of identical elements.

Compiled 2021 and in constant progress

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     Kwena K. Chokoe
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