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“I stand in the street and watch the house and take some photographs, apologetic Parisians ducking past me. House-watching is an art. You have to develop a way of seeing how a building sits in a landscape or streetscape. You have to discover how much room it takes up in the world, how much of the world it displaces.”

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source: The Hare with Amber Eyes (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2010), 22.

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