Each image in this series consists of a single photograph of a butterfly wing that I digitally fragmented and rebuilt through a gradual process of pattern formation. This generated new variations of the existing forms, thereby creating a metamorphosis of the image itself. Through magnification, the image and the subject are broken down to their constituent parts (butterfly scales and pixels) each consisting of a single pigment of color. Through this process the original forms and the reconstructed versions of them become interwoven, producing extended patterns that exist in varying degrees of chaos and order.
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