Laura Letinsky photo , Chicago, from Hardly More Than Ever, digital C-print, 29.2x37 in., 2002.
"I began to think about the idea of leftovers. It became important for me on a number of levels, because it has to do with what you do after the promise, when you realize the promise is not possible. This is fundamental to any utopian notion - the promise and its demise.
You can't have utopia without its loss."
Laura Letinsky, entrevista de julie farstad