Bending Galaxies Back

Posted on: October 1, 2017
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Upon surfacing you will find fallen pollen. We are particles that grasp to the gravity that clings; temporary installations in-between. To gasp above and breathe bellow: anticipating the floating, distance, light — black holes and your eventual collapse. These are the reactions that come from bending galaxies back.

These photos inspect the middle ground in the presence of anticipation, the fear of the unknown.

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Major: Photography

Graduation Year: 2015