Bonus Images for “Wild Chamber”

More work by the artist featured in this month’s Detail
“I think that nature is ultimately the model for everything I do in my work, and every form in nature has a purpose. I think a piece of art should be very organic, and for that reason it is difficult for me to separate form and content in my work—form creates content. I’m obsessed with form, and if you look at my later photographs, you’ll see that the meaning is more and more difficult to verbalize because it’s based on form. In my images, there is a fundamental contradiction between the clarity of the forms and the sense of breakdown and chaos that characterize the content.”

—from “Wild Chamber,” published in the May 2007 issue

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