Diana Battefeld, Aperture, 2019, 100 x 100 cm, [Oil on Linen]
It was a hot, late Spring, Sunday afternoon, remember? We were working on some long computation. We had split the problem in two, I had one section, you had the other, as we always did. The building was empty. Not a sound anywhere. We went to get water to drink and, while goofing off around the building, you saw this window. Go in, you said, and pretend that you are a kick-ass video game character on a secret mission and are now trying to make your stealth escape. I did; we laughed and went back to work. This is how you saw that moment through your lens and I through my mind’s eye.