‘No Truth or Falsity’

I ask myself this question:

An object, a simple rock, is perceived by me in time and in space, and I decide to take a series of Photographs over 24 hours.

Now all the images are hanging on a wall in front of me: on what basis do I to decide which of the images guarantees accuracy, consistency or permanence of the object?

No one image does that, or is correct and therefore I am constrained to rely exclusively on how my experience, my perception allows me to extracts a shape that I find visually stable, but only for me. In my work there is no truth or falsity.

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