The photograph is all about giving you a snapshot in time. For Stephen Wilkes however, it is not about that single moment. Rather a collector of moments. He stakes out a location until he has hoovered up enough of them to tell the story of a single place. At first, the panoramas in Day to Night can throw you but the reality is altogether more ordinary and yet somehow more striking: day and night—together. These are not the briefest of moments. They are many moments, as many as possible, collapsed and fused into one.
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