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An Eyeglass zine with photographs and written text by Julius Smit.


“Breathtaking shots and a much-needed dose of poignant intelligence.”

Julius Smit

Photography, film and writing (poetry, fiction or non-fiction) are central to my creative walking practice in which I apply aspects of psychogeography to interrogate spaces and places, together with their connections and histories as physical or imaginary...

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