The sheer enormity of the universe boggles the mind, instilling within us a sense of the sublime. In his immense photographs, Thomas Ruff blends the imaginary with hyper-reality, making the viewer feel small. For the series ma.r.s., Ruff took highly accurate images from NASA and applied his vision to unknown planets.
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