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Books that explore the aesthetic of absence?
Tarkovisk's bookSculpting in time
You mean like Backrooms? Call of the Cherokee is the only thing I can think of.
bump because i just realised I would love these bookssorry to be selfish
Robert Walser's style relates more to ephemerality than absence, but he pairs up nicely with HammershoiTrakl's silence is also relevant