Montana-born, New York-based photographer Suzanne Saroff combines commonplace objects with different tools, techniques and colours to create alternative avenues of perception and expression. As she shared with us:
“Taking shape via shadows or fragmentations, my subjects often become more than the singular and expected version of themselves. By utilizing clear forms like cylinders and glasses of water, a watermelon can be multiplied, stretched and flipped as it dances and contorts within the walls of overlapping glass.”
See more of Saroff’s experimental explorations below!
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