In ‘Finding Frames’, I explore the concept of 'frames within frames,' uncovering how the world offers us various viewpoints that amplify the beauty and intricacies of our surroundings. From man-made architectures like cut-out holes in iron girders, fences to natural compositions such as tree arches and mountain silhouettes, each frame serves as a border that focuses our attention. These frames add layers of meaning and depth to the subject within, compelling the viewer to engage in a dialogue. They serve as gateways into new perspectives, highlighting the symbiotic relationship between the constructed and the natural world, all while provoking a reevaluation of what we typically deem 'background' and 'foreground.'

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