My Body, My Landscape

A celebration of opposites.
An androgyny of subject matter: paralleling figure with landscape.
The lines blur, allowing for new possibilities.
Scuff up boundaries and meld together into a new form.
Without landscapes (place) a figure is lost, and likewise without figures(subject) the landscape is not experienced.

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