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Response to Print of Feeding Frenzy, Santa Cruz, 2012.

Manipulating images in the computer is about as commonplace as you can get. Manipulating printed images by hand is cooler. And the results are perhaps stranger. Artist Laura Plageman uses her hands and whole body to warp her medium format images to her liking. Via Wired:
Response to Print of Kudzu, Texas, 2010.

Response to Print of Egret Rookery, Louisiana, 2010
Response to Print of River Bend, Texas, 2011 (part 1 of diptych)

Response to Print of River Bend, Texas, 2011 (part 2 of diptych)
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3 Responses to “Reshaping the World”

  1. marksshoesbyevamarks

    It is possible that in another dimension our world could look like in these images. It would take some time to get used to a gravity pulling in a different direction. Great images, thanks for sharing. Now let me rest, I feel tired after climbing those landscapes.

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