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trestle by Skarbakka

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Studio by Skarbakka

Stairs by Skarbakka

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Shower by Skarbakka

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Clint by Skarbakka

Building 50 by Skarbakka

Blue Tree by Skarbakka

Using myself as model and with the aid of climbing gear and other rigging, I photograph the body as it dangles from dangerous precipices or tumbles down flights of stairs. The captured gesture of the body is designed for plausiblity of action, which grounds the image in reality. However, it is the ambiguiy of the body’s position in space that allows and requires the viewer to resolve the full meaning of the photograph. Do we fall? Can we fly? If we fly then loss of control facilitates supreme control.

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