From Cary Benbow’s review of Joshua Lutz’s monograph “Mind the Gap” for F-stop Magazine:

The text interspersed with Lutz’s photographs is a hint at the narrative running through the mind of the protagonist. It is up to the reader to make the decision whether the book is ultimately narrative fiction, or the lucid writing of a person exploring or living within varying states of suffering, feelings of depression, despondency, or paranoia issues. We are left to sort out the balance between photographs depicting assumed truths, and narrative that creates an arc of personal emotions.

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