For his work in the exhibition “Contemporary Photographic Practice in the Archive,” Lakes Were Rivers artist Adam Schreiber put together a portfolio that serves as a meditation on collecting, display, and slow organization. Schreibner’s photo “Rirkrit Tiravanija, Untitled,” is paired with Paul Louis Marie Fabre-Domergue’s “Octopus vulgaris” in the exhibition, which is on view at the Harry Ransom Center through August 4.

Top: Adam Schreiber, “Rirkrit Tiravanija, Untitled,” 1999, 2012.

Bottom: Paul Louis Marie Fabre-Domergue, “Octopus vulgaris,” 1899.

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