Bernoulli equation for unsteady potential flow
Irvine, California: Amandine Nabarra-Piomelli, 2008
Amandine Nabarra-Piomelli: "I used to think I was a photographer, but I realize now that I am an image-maker. I construct tales of impossible love or of dreams that go beyond what can be expressed in a single image. The photographs become short stories, and they dictate their own form of presentation including installations, artist books, or sequences. They are not told necessarily in linear fashion, which vastly increases the number of possible interpretations. I experiment with layering several different images and with a variety of narrative mechanisms. This way, the visual flow of the sequence is altered and normal reading habits are disrupted which allows viewers to blend their thoughts with the images. ...
Catalog record: http://library.scad.edu/record=b1297204~S0
2.5 x 7.75 x 1.75"; 87 leaves
Digital pigment prints on Epson Premium Luster paper. Palm leaf structure.
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