These girls? Their curves sketch infinity; their eyes pierce the image when they reach you. Waxy bodies bring back the image to a less synthetic century. Artificial? Bodies are framed, embedded and enclosed in a photograph. Caught in limited spaces: in the depths of a boulder, on a rocky edge, on the top of a shelf.
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