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Archival pigment prints on hot press paper

Both Sides Now uses Google Earth captures combined with photographs, illustrated elements, and scanned objects to examine perspective. They reflect a point of ambiguation that arises out of positionality. Scenes may be extremely close or at a great distance. I am interested in the tipping point and how this ambiguation arises. These works acknowledge and honor the confusion of perspective, both literal and figurative.

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