"Deconstructing the Churches" is a series of photo collages that are part of a larger series of photos, which visually deconstruct parts of the real world that we normally think of as stable. Sections of the photos are simply rotated out of their normal positions relative to the whole image in order to create the illusion of fragmentation, and then reconstructed into a new hybrid image. This new hybrid image then begins to suggest the possibility of an alternative universe of subsets, capable of endless potential.
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