Patrick De Haas: “The world means nothing: there is thus no need to interpret it but possibly to scan it with the gaze, like ‘a kind of mental Braille,’ to render it in the manner in which a mirror sends back a reflection. there is also no need to interpret Warhol’s images. They have no depth (whether spatial, semantic, or psychological).”
Photograph of a mirror reflection of Edie Sedgwick as Lupe, Andy Warhol, 1965. Photographed by Nat Finkelstein.