Sheila Jonah, Natalie Drajewicz, John Drajewicz

Photographs were once considered documents of fact, however, digital tools have destabilized this notion of reality. Analogue photographs can creatively disorient the viewer. We can be teased by a photorealistic surface with an ambiguous scale. Are we viewing a natural landscape from one or 10,000 metres away? Are we examining a microscopic close-up, or one of nature’s cosmic fractal designs? Three artists entice the eye, unleash curiosity, and engage thoughts.