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The premise is simple: Margot Quan Knight made a portrait of her childhood home by taking photographs of the photographs that hang in it. Each photograph, framed and mounted behind glass, throws back a view of the room it's in—or what's out the window across from it. Anything illuminated becomes wrapped up in the shot. It becomes hard to differentiate the original photograph from the overlay of the environment it's reflecting. In Joel, 1978, Mist, the glass over the Sternfeld photograph reflects and takes up the image of two chairs at a table, a windowsill, and a naked dogwood tree on a misty winter's day outside. Knight's image is a Russian doll of representation. Your presence as the viewer adds another layer: Knight has printed her images very matte, on thick four-ply matte board, but she has framed them behind highly reflective glass, so you can't escape becoming part of what you're looking at as you're looking at it in the gallery. You're not just a tourist in her home, you're almost a guest who might knock something over—or see something you shouldn't, something a tiny bit too personal. Joel, 1978, Salt and Pepper The way you know that the tree is a dogwood is that another photograph of the same Sternfeld, taken from the same angle, reveals the tree outside in bloom rather than in winter, and the photograph is called Joel, 1978, Pink Dogwood. A third image featuring that same Sternfeld reflects the same window, but with the blinds drawn. Green-headed salt and pepper shakers, a bubble-shaped chandelier, and two sets of glass candlesticks, are thrown into relief in this version of the scene—they were there all along, but never came to the fore in all the layering. Now, when you return to the other images, you notice them buried there. Still a fourth version of the Sternfeld depicts it reflecting another Sternfeld on a nearby wall in the same room ( Joel 1978, Joel 1979, 2009). Linda, 1975, Double Bureau Not all the photographs are fine artworks in common rooms, meant to be viewed by people outside the family, or contemplated as art. Knight's vision is that photography comes in all types, and she has no interest in ranking them, only exploring the effects they have on us and the ways we use and need them. In Linda, 1975, Double Bureau, it's hard to make out the photograph on the wall but you can clearly see a bureau and the corner of another table cluttered with a jewelry box and trinkets and a small photograph in a heart-shaped frame, above which are a large mirror and several framed photographs on the wall.

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The wing all but torn from his body by Meleys jutted from his body at an awkward angle, whilst fresh scars along his back still smoked and bled when he moved. Sunfyre was coiled in a ball when the queen and her party first beheld him. As he stirred and raised his head, huge wounds were visible along his neck, where another dragon had torn chunks from his flesh. On his belly were places where scabs had replaced scales, and where his right eye should have been was only an empty hole, crusted with black blood. It’s kind of the dragon equivalent to our one-eyed friends Beric and Bloodraven, essentially. That might also describe Jon Snow when he comes back from resurrection, and Jon is also a one-eyed figure, because he has that eagle-claw wound across one eye (though his eye wasn’t actually lost). Even weirder, Sunfyre’s wounds actually match the wounds that Jon takes at his assassination nearly perfectly, save for the fact that Jon doesn’t have wings. So, Jon already has the scar across his eye to match Sunfyre’s wounded eye. Sunfyre has a neck wound, which matches Jon’s first knife wound during the mutiny, the neck wound that almost certainly struck his jugular vein. Jon twisted from the knife, just enough so it barely grazed his skin. He cut me. When he put his hand to the side of his neck, blood welled between his fingers. When he pulled his hand away, the dagger stayed where he had buried it. In the cold night air the wound was smoking. “Ghost,” he whispered. When the third dagger took him between the shoulder blades, he gave a grunt and fell face-first into the snow.