By joining two entirely individual elements a composite is created. The balancing of these previously created components becomes the making of an image. Juxtapositions can create false relationships between the elements, or a quietly different version of reality. New associations, connections and meanings are hinted at. A sudden appearance of perspective (or a yellow plastic bucket) within an apparently flat composite plays with the perception of truth. Certain images within the series are not composites, however through similar appearances and compositions these images can be read deceptively as composites further broadening the gap between reality and illusion.
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