Photography is in the middle of as radical a transformation as painting went through in the nineteenth century, when many of its traditional functions were supplanted by photographs.


  --sophisticated mobile phone cameras allow users to create excellent pictures, without user post-processing, at the press of a finger


  --many billion photos are uploaded daily to the internet, making it difficult for any given image to be noticed, and


  --AI already allows users to create photorealistic images by typing a description.



I see this series of photos  as transformative in several ways:


  --as an exploration of a possible direction for creating non-realistic photographic art,


  --the background texture in each image is a digital transformation that uncovers otherwise invisible colors and patterns in weathered metal walls


  --the images blended into the texture substrate are collages of photographs of spaces referenced in the titles.

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