Edward Cella Art + Architecture presents new works by Los Angeles based artist William Berry. Formerly a director, cinematographer, and editor in the entertainment business, Berry approaches the photographic medium much like he is making a feature narrative film. Citing the visual language of cinematography as his primary methodological and aesthetic influence the photograph is transformed through multiple exposures and digital manipulation resulting in an idealized image. Crafted from multiple points of views in a single photograph, the works blur the lines between what is artificial and real.
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