"Photos from where changes, induced by events of great consequence, occur over decades with their outcomes surfacing almost invisibly. From places where absence appears as a result of presence. Where forgetting is not final; where the lost past is still alive. We know that the time of individual worlds being formed at various points of a given space – however close these points may be geographically, - varies within one time-stream.
There are places where one segment of space, like an island, would entail all that has passed, preserving all that has already disappeared from somewhere else: people, buildings, landscapes. Lives. Tamas Dezso turns this notion into photos as he condenses the series of millions of moments into visible silence by exposing the loss and all that has remained.
Curator: Gabriella Csizek, artistic collaborator of the Hungarian House of Photography."