2 thoughts on “Riley Mahr”

  1. I think the pairing of these photos is brilliant. At first glance, they are identical. But upon closer investigation a careful viewer can begin to notice subtle differences. A darkened staircase, a hard-edged line in the top left corner, and a difference in brick tones are some of the disparities I’ve picked up on. You’ve developed a unique method for making viewers closely examine your pieces. I’d love to see more in the series.

  2. At first I thought there was too much going on with these photos, but after reading what you were going for it all made sense! I like that you made the decision to do black and white because I feel like that helps the viewer focus on the shapes.

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