AgeMaps is a project by photographer Bobby Neel Adams in which he does “photo surgery” on portraits to show two different moments in a person’s life in the same image. For each subject, Adams takes a childhood photo and a current photo, prints them at the same proportions, tears them in half, and glues the halves together. He says that this is to “telescope the slow process of aging into a single picture,” and that “a jump of time is established at the tear.”
http://charliebowater.tumblr.com/“Though my soul may set in darkness, it will rise in perfect light; I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night.” A little doodle for one the most beautiful lines from any poem, The...
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"In the great mirror of consciousness images arise and disappear, and only memory is material--destructible, perishable, transient. On such flimsy foundations we build a sense of personal existence--vague, intermittent, dreamlike. This vague persuasion: "I am so and so" obscures the changeless state of pure awareness and makes us believe that we are born to suffer and to die." ~Nisargadatta Maharaj ~Image Matthew Spiegelman