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Bill Armstrong’s Infinity series is an extensive body of work photographed since 1997. It includes a wide range of portfolios, from figurative to abstract, that are made using a unique process of photographing found images with the camera’s focusing ring set at infinity. This process subjects the images to a series of manipulations—photocopying, cutting, painting, re-photographing—transforms the originals and giving them a new meaning and context. Extreme blurring makes the edges within the collages disappear, so the photographs appear to be seamless, integrated images.

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Chroma Bill Armstrong Installation View Hackelbury
Chroma Bill Armstrong Installation View Hackelbury
Chroma Bill Armstrong Installation View Hackelbury
Chroma Bill Armstrong Installation View Hackelbury
Chroma Bill Armstrong Installation View Hackelbury
Chroma Bill Armstrong Installation View Hackelbury

“The nature of visual perception intrigues me: how the eye continually tries to resolve these images, but is unable to do so, and how that is unsettling. And I am drawn to the idea that we can believe something is real, while at the same time knowing it is illusory; that the experience of visual confusion, when the psyche is momentarily derailed, is what frees us to respond emotionally.”