Our world is immersed in light, but its physical essence is chemical. Digital photographic processes can record that illumination, but they cannot touch the wet, chemical essence which makes up life. The images in “Reversing Photosynthesis”, were made photographically without the direct interaction of light. Leaves absorb sunlight and convert it to sugars which they store in their structures. Removed […]
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