Lines of Fire by Jordan Wallace

I picked [Chris' image] because of the geometric shapes present and I also found that it instantly gave me an idea for what to make. What's most interesting about it for me is the color change and how it resembles controlled flames. After discussing the picture with the scientist who took the photo, I really enjoyed learning what the photo actually showed because my interpretation was so much different than the reality. It helped me to realize how different an understanding of something can be when put into different contexts.

Inspired by Christopher Synatschke + Zaida Álvarez's Working Better Together

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