Zero Composition WATERMARK

Marisa D. Aceves. Zero Composition 1. 2015.

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Six sharp circles sink into the slick, reflective surface. Brown blinds bend to meet the receptive mirror. They dance for awhile, content to contemplate the infinite possibilities.  Each new position is an opportunity for change, a chance to find meaning in a world of confusion.

It took some time for me to decide whether or not I was going to photograph these objects. During the shoot I had to constantly clean them. Dust, wax and grease had collected on them. This was threatening to kill the illusion that I knew could be achieved if I could satisfactorily clean off all that gunk.  After several photos and much annoyance, I settled upon this photo as it reminded me of many abstract geometric paintings I had studied in school. What does this object remind you of?

Marisa D. Aceves. Zero Compositon 1. 2015.

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