Charles Eames and Ray Eames, Powers of Ten (1977)

The content of this video is useful when thinking about how I’m working at the moment as it focuses on development and looking at things from different perspectives. When I’m looking at my own paintings and other experiments a common theme is that for me, they are most interesting when looked at up close, exploring each detail at a time as this reveals things that would not necessarily be noticed when viewing it in its whole entirety. An example is this photo below which is section of one of my paintings. In reality this an extremely small detail, however zoomed in it appears much more complex.img_1351

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