Bobby Neel Adams: Agemaps

9 Feb

New York-based photographer Bobby Neel Adams addresses the effects of the passage of time with his recent project ‘agemaps’.  A collection of photographs showing the same person at two points within their life demonstrates the affects of aging upon the human body,  reminding us of our mortality. the images are printed at the same proportions and hand spliced to create a dual representation of the person across decades.

‘The point at which the images are physically torn together becomes the boundary line (or bridge) between decades of passing time, to me they provide an eerie life-map, staring towards our future.’ – bobby neel adams



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