is a textbook abstract photograph, in that its subject is completely obscure and the image relies on composition, gradation, and form to create its interest--as it is in traditional media. It is abstract; obscured; indiscernible; not conceptual, surreal, or just odd or quirky. This artist's entire gallery is filled with fantastic and aesthetically pleasing examples of true abstract photography.
The suggester said that the artist's work "makes me wonder why I take photos of in focus and discernible objects because every waking moment that's what I see. She reminds me that photographs can look blurry while having a sharp and precise meaning and hard hitting concept behind them that can be different for every person. I think that this image is a peak into a person's life whom is struggling with two different sides of themselves and wondering which one they want to be. What's your interpretation?" (
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