Based in New York, and more recently, California, editorial and fine art photographer, Jacqueline Di Milia, is currently working on this personal body of work about transcendence in the landscape. Each photograph is made in camera (on film) by building layers of natural imagery to create these landscapes. The final product can sometimes leave uncertainty about which fragments are real, though other images in the series take on a more collage-like approach to the landscape. The work stems from Di Milia’s interest in modern science and the surreal forces of nature.
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