hadn’t yet been. Complexity is created, but complex does not always mean
complicated; the substance of interconnected things is often quite simple
and immediate, sometimes much more so than one initially assumes.
Even in its straightforwardness this idea teeters between clarity and
confusion -a convolution - the fine line between intricacy and obscurity.
Presented as fragments, traces, or passing moments, recollections,
momentos, and reconstructions, the work of Ingegno, Riggs and Arig shares
an uncomplicated complexity, even a coherent lucidness for which to come
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