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by Lisa Burke

Qualia*
altering the facture of the photographic surface creates an unfamiliar boundary between theviewer and the image, accosting the viewers perception of what is being presented.Employing abstraction to the portrait capitalizes on the idea of portraiture not being a true representation of the self, but merely a constructed portrayal.*a seldom used philosophical term to describe an internal and subjective experience which is so familiar to us yet we cannot describe.
Qualia*
altering the facture of the photographic surface creates an unfamiliar boundary between theviewer and the image, accosting the viewers perception of what is being presented.Employing abstraction to the portrait capitalizes on the idea of portraiture not being a true representation of the self, but merely a constructed portrayal.*a seldom used philosophical term to describe an internal and subjective experience which is so familiar to us yet we cannot describe.
Qualia*
altering the facture of the photographic surface creates an unfamiliar boundary between theviewer and the image, accosting the viewers perception of what is being presented.Employing abstraction to the portrait capitalizes on the idea of portraiture not being a true representation of the self, but merely a constructed portrayal.*a seldom used philosophical term to describe an internal and subjective experience which is so familiar to us yet we cannot describe.