Impossible Geometries considers the construction of perspectival illusion created by the camera by overlaying the photographic image with hand-stitched “impossible” geometric shapes. This works serves as a platform to discuss the gendered gaze of historic landscape photography and the mythology of the heroic masculine explorer/photographer by puncturing the illusion of these vast, larger-than-life vistas with traditionally feminine handicraft and calling attention to the illusory characteristic of photographic representation.
 
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