What is more interesting, the fish or the fishbowl?

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From the series “Aquarium” © Alexandra Pace

Alexandra Pace’s work entitled “Aquarium” is a photographic series depicting urban life created using a plastic fish-eye lens camera. This collection comprises urban scenes, abstract creations and movement created with the utmost intention of placing the viewer as passive outsider to the happenings within the distorted imagery, somewhat like a visitor walking around an aquarium to find delight in the aberrations created by the lens-like walls of the tank and not necessarily its contents.
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Alexandra Pace is a photographer living and working in Malta. Artist, critic, and professor Vince Briffa contributed this article to Lens Culture. Pace’s website has a very interesting interface, too.

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