Making visible the invisible in nature and culture has been the focus of the author's work since 1973. In the early 1970s, experimental approaches were being explored in art and photography. At that time, the author investigated imaging possibilities using a range of approaches, from making photographic images without a camera or enlarger to using light-sensitive emulsions, Xerox machines, and computer and X-ray technology available in the 1970s in order to explore the potential for light to make visible form in nature. Unexpectedly, this exploration also resulted in social content that was the outcome of the author's work, the exhibition Multicultural Focus. This period was the beginning of the artist's ongoing investigation into the transformative potential of light.

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