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the architectonic concept of breaking words are the building blocks of our time together repetition of words means redundancy redundancy is necessary for the sustainment of a stable system positive redundancy creates color negative redundancy eats color – creates blackness

the architectonic concept of breaking the architectonic concept of breaking words  are the building blocks of our time together repetition of words means redundancy redundancy is necessary for the sustainment of a stable system positive redundancy creates color negative redundancy eats color - creates blackness blackness is static cold distant it is necessary for the existence of color color builds upon color ..<..<..<..<<<..<<<..<<<..-->>-->>-->>-- blackness builds upon blackness ------------------------.--------------------------- however the equilibrium is not linear blackness       can substitute color very  easily color can substitute blackness very slowly but in the passage of time stands the simple mathematical principle: 2 > 1

Plastic Bodies by Sheila Pree Bright

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Sheila Pree Bright. Plastic Bodies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Despite Barbie’s persistent presence in American culture, the shapely doll isn’t exactly known for her realistic representation of a woman’s body. Atlanta-based photographer Sheila Pree Bright used the classic toy to emphasize the disconnect between commercialized beauty ideals and real women for her series, “Plastic Bodies.”

Laura Vitto, Mashable