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I always have a meditative relationship with my photographs. I love it when they are almost frozen, exuding an intensity conveyed through the color choices. Even though the piece explores technology bias, it shouldn't be obvious but rather inviting visual energy as a tool to look between the lines, revealing what may remain unseen at first glance or even after repeated viewings.
This is because the experience with tech bias is as such, not clear or visible, as our technological interactions are often classified as neutral. Therefore, our reaction to it can feel directionless. It requires a lot of context to be understood or grasped. Here are some photographs that did not make it into the final selection of Feeling No - Pain.