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How is this picture made?” and “What is this a picture of?” are questions often asked about my work. They address photography as process, the conundrum of an image without a picture ‘sign’ to read—no landscape, portrait, or still life. Light’s immateriality challenges its makers today, analog versus digital, doubles our challenges. Color - our universe is also an artist’s universe, photographic color theory - RGBYMC - our medium’s planet. Color is light and light, photography’s indexical, its prima facie however, light is also color, seen in nature in a rainbow.

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