Parallelograms, a nude portrait project shot on 20×24 and 4×5 instant film, is a study of the topography of the human body. Multiple exposures allows the eye to wander in and out of the intersecting and diverging hills and valleys of the human figure. The unexpected shapes that are revealed in the merging of the two exposures is a wholly new creation—a sacred third entity—that exists in no other plane but on that single instant film sheet.   

Parallelograms, a nude portrait project shot on 20×24 and 4×5 instant film, is a study of the topography of the human body. Multiple exposures allows the eye to wander in and out of the intersecting and diverging hills and valleys of the human figure. The unexpected shapes that are revealed in the merging of the two exposures is a wholly new creation—a sacred third entity—that exists in no other plane but on that single instant film sheet.

 

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 Parallelograms, a nude portrait project shot on 20×24 and 4×5 instant film, is a study of the topography of the human body. Multiple exposures allows the eye to wander in and out of the intersecting and diverging hills and valleys of the human figure. The unexpected shapes that are revealed in the merging of the two exposures is a wholly new creation—a sacred third entity—that exists in no other plane but on that single instant film sheet.   
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Para-24.jpg
Para-21.jpg
Para-18.jpg
Para-20.jpg
Para-22.jpg
Para-25.jpg
Para-26.jpg

Parallelograms, a nude portrait project shot on 20×24 and 4×5 instant film, is a study of the topography of the human body. Multiple exposures allows the eye to wander in and out of the intersecting and diverging hills and valleys of the human figure. The unexpected shapes that are revealed in the merging of the two exposures is a wholly new creation—a sacred third entity—that exists in no other plane but on that single instant film sheet.

 

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