I fail to see what you mean
Andrea Jaeger’s misty images show little yet reveal much - their deliberate lack of visual clarity on the surface obliterate the unambiguity of the portrayed objects.
This technique set endless semantic levels of interpretations, feelings and memories free.
The ambiguous nature of the scene invites the viewer to determine
their individual readings to form a new, more independent relationship with the object
that stays in the background – blurry and undefined.