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Seam-Ripper, by Aaron MacLachlan

Statement: Since 2005, Google Maps has provided a patchwork of satellite images, documenting—in erratic detail—the entire surface of the terrestrial world. Millions of unique vantage points stitched along digital seams create the illusion of a contiguous whole, a map determined

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PPWC-4 Divine Pleasure, by Aaron MacLachlan

  Statement: This series is part of a larger installation called White: Disambiguation, interpretations on thirteen shades of white produced by the household paint company Behr. As a student of color photography, I have always been preoccupied by the nomenclature

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