What Are Simulacra?
Random combinations of light and shadow form
random shapes against backgrounds such as rock, sky, water, trees, glass, stonework and any other textured
objects. This is known as matrixing.
When these patterns come together and form
images that strongly resemble something else, this likeness is known as a ‘simulacrum’.
The human eye as an extension of the brain is
always trying to make sense of the objects around it. Finding familiar patterns and labelling them is part of
the brain’s job, especially when it comes to faces.
There’s a definite tendency towards labelling
simulacra (plural) in photographs as paranormal, and this gives sceptics and hostile
parties plenty of valid ammunition.
Naturally there are simulacra in my work, but
there are also many genuine anomalous images.
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