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Earth People

Seth Fluker
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21.7 × 26.7 × 0.6 cm

Earth People is a visual narrative composed by Seth Fluker. Set against a backdrop of digital and natural landscapes, this sequence of images connects disparate strands of contemporary life through an array of photographic genres. With a haunting undertone of artifact and reverie, Earth People explores the introspective nature of human behaviour while tracing metaphysical observations.

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