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By materializing absence one is undeniably transforming it into a physical form. One might forget features of a face but remember loss or the sentiment of emptiness.

DADS is a blunt testimony of absence, a disturbing hole in the most powerful piece of evidence. You can’t forget what you’ve never known but can choose to remember its absence.

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