Marie Bovo is a Marseilles based photographer and artist. In 2006 Marie installed a camera on the rooftop of her building in the neighborhood of Bab-El-Louk in Cairo and took 10 photos each day. The result is a compelling visual narrative that explores the circular passing of time. Throughout the series, buildings are constructed and decayed; obscuring the horizon throughout day and night. This is one of the first project she’s done focused around architecture as the main subject.
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