Barbara Probst- Barbara Probst's work is about different perspectives. The multiple photographs are taken at the same time and within the same area. One of the underpinning concepts in Probst's work is finding different meaning from the same thing. By capturing the same subject from different angles more of the scene is unveiled. This then leads me to the thought of empathy; although I see a girl in a Forrest someone else may see a girl in a studio.
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"I Am Queen." In this realm, a firstborn daughter inherits the throne over any brothers born after her. She is invested with the full rights of a king meaning she is able to pass her name and title to her firstborn child. She rules absolutely and controls the nation and military.
Sacred Geometry is also used in the creation of the Tibetan Buddhist Mandalas, the sacred art that has been carried on for centuries, symbolising the universe and believed to create a positive environment - http://fractalenlightenment.com/798/artwork/mandala-the-sacred-art-of-tibetan-buddhists