Rockfaces is a series of digital photomontages that explore ways in which new, unexpected, and thought-provoking images can be created through the manipulation of the hidden symmetry in nature, which resembles human forms. Digital photos were taken of sections of various rock formations. These photos were then loaded into a computer where they were cut and pasted into mirrored images […]
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