This self-initiated project explores the geometry hidden in the texture of my skin through photography. I manipulated the images in order to highlight the texture with the aim of “making visible the invisible”. I used scale, proportion, colour and light to emphasise the form so that the surfaces acquired depth, becoming more tactile.
 
As Donis A. Dondis states, ‘texture is the visual ele­ment that frequently serves as a stand-in for the quality of another sense, touch­ing’. The source of the images  becomes abstract, and the link to skin is only revealed in the introductory text by Ellen Lupton. 
 
Skin – Book
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Skin – Book

This self-initiated project explores the geometry hidden in the texture of my skin through photography. I manipulated the images in order to high Read More
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