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We perceive depth and space in the real world by using our binocular vision; by observing the effects of light and shade; by noticing the overlapping of forms; and by analyzing the significance of relative size, position, and motion of observed objects. Pictures – being two-dimensional – leave us with few spatial clues; if familiar perspective effects are not obvious, we must base our interpretation largely on effects of light and shade – and we are frequently deceived. This picture is really a synthetic-aperture radar image of glaciers, breaking up. 2013
Silver gelatin contact print mounted on painted Dibond aluminum, dyed shelf with mirror
8 x 10.5 x 1.5 inches (20.3 x 26.7 x 3.8 cm)

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