My Moving Pictures series of photo art is one example of my ongoing exploration into how one might reinvent the whole notion of what a photograph could be. Traditionally, a photograph is thought of as a static two-dimensional image. In my reinvention of the photograph, I started with static two-dimensional images, and gave them a great number of variations through the movement of specific parts of the photos. Each photograph has several circular sections that slowly rotate in and out of phase from the original image.
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