Universal Now

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Abigail Reynolds has created some astounding pieces of photography art for a project entitled “The Universal Now”. What these images consist of are the use of photos and maps taken from different eras and collaging them into one three-dimensional piece to represent ‘timelessness’. I admire how much time she must’ve sacrificed to even begin to do such an exhibition of work because each of the pieces meant doing a lot of researching and going through hundreds of photos in order to sync them so well together.

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She does a much more excellent job at explaining the process of her art HERE, for anyone confused with my little summary. She’s putting these works up in an exhibition in London starting next Wednesday, the 28th of January for anyone who just so happens to be out there.

Where?
Seventeen Gallery
17 Kingsland Road, London E2 8AA
tel. +44 020 7729 5777

When?
Wednesday, January 28th – Saturday, Feb. 28th, 2009

–dinoxsketchpad

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