"When I look at Jure’s photographs, where white cut out silhouettes of children stand hugging their parents in front of natural phenomena, I feel a pain somewhere deep inside as a human being. Firstly, maybe because I remember those warm saturated colours from the photos of my parents –funny, how the technology influences my perception of the past! A photograph has its primary meaning again – it is a chronicler of the essence. There is no invention of hot water and sliced bread, there is only what people want to have left – common moments from a trip. However! What if the opportunity was missed? If there are no memories because there was no event? Jure cannot and does not want to return his parents to the time immediately after their wedding, when he and his brother were not there yet. What he wants to do is bring back the feeling of the essence."
- from the essay 'Bridges' by Nejc Gazvoda
Text by Nejc Gazvoda
Edited by Bojan Radovič
Size: 30 x 21 cm, 44 pages, 4 postcards, 1 poster, and a booklet with text