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In early 2017, I discovered through experimentation a series of image manipulation algorithms that showed creative promise for some of my architectural images. Initially I wasn’t sure what to think of them, but throughout that year I frequently returned to the process, continuing to evolve my approach and learn from the work. In the moment I rarely felt that the result of a work session was worthwhile, but I kept returning, cultivating.
During the holidays at the end of 2017, months after I had last worked on them, I sat down one night and reviewed the whole set. I really liked many of them, and I began to believe this direction was still worth exploring. Over the next year, I sifted and sorted the initial experiments and also created several new images, culminating in the publication of Similarities, A Photographic Contemplation, in October 2018. Similarities is a collection of 24 image pairs (12 color and 12 black & white) that offer opportunities to strengthen the muscles that help us see situations from multiple perspectives.
I wrote about my thinking at the time in an essay for the Similarities book, which you can read online.
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Sitting in our dark house early in the 2020 pandemic, after working on the Reflections collection for a year, with nary a reflection in sight, I started work on some new algorithmic experiments, some of which proved promising. In essence, I took a two-step “matrix-polarize” algorithm and modified it into a three-step “matrix-mirror-polarize” algorithm. Each of these steps has its own set of variables, covering a wide territory within each domain. Serializing across all three with even small changes at any of the three stages creates effectively infinite variations. I continued to work on the collection throughout the spring and summer of 2020, and have yet to explore more than a tiny bit of this creative landscape.
You might say that Reflections presents an open-eye vision:
What do I see when I really look?
And Symmetries present a closed-eye vision:
What do I see when I can stop looking?
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