Flowers

I didn't see last Sunday's New York Times Magazine, so if it hadn't been mentioned in BoingBoing (a great weblog) I would not have seen the amazing work artist Katinka Matson creates with her flatbed scanner. Flowers on the glass. Something black has been placed over them, and they glow against that background. Instead of being seen from a single point at a single moment, her still images seem to exist in time as well as space.

(Post script - it is in tomorrow's, I mean today's NYT. But look at the link anyway. The images are lush, stunning.)

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