This is one of the double exposure shots that I've taken in Durham. A double exposure is made by exposing the same frame of photographic film twice, rather than once. The result can be a surreal image that allows for a bit of extra creative expression. This particular image is a section of barbed wire over a local, popular development. There is alot of discussion in Durham right now about how housing options are becoming scarce for the lower income earners. By laying the barbed wire over a frequent hangout spot, I hope to convey my fear that Durham may become exclusive in all the wrong ways.
- Only 10 total printed
- Photo was shot on film and developed by Grant Lyke
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- Dimensions: 10 inch x 15 inch photo; 16 inch by 20 inch frame
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