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Dissected old photographs by Kensuike Koike

Discarded photographs from yesteryear are given new life in the photographic project ‘Single Image Processing’ by Japanese artist, Kensuke Koike. Photographs become play as old images from postcards, flea markets, and the web is deconstructed and turned into updated reworks that the artist describes as Nothing added, nothing removed.

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