The Symmetry Project

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a graphical interpretation of how our
every day lives are mirrored across the globe

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Global Symmetries in Travel Photography: Examining the What, not Where, of an Image

There’s a popular expression in Southeast Asia that could double as the Symmetry Project’s tagline: same same, but different.

For example, your home may look different than my home, but they both serve the same core need: providing shelter. It doesn’t matter if we live next door or on the other side of the world.
~same same, but different!

By sorting my travel photography archives by “what” instead of “where,” I have identified a wide variety of core needs and responsibilities that all people share.

 

Home: from Thailand to America, Cambodia and Hong Kong…it’s where the heart rests
Home: from Thailand to America, Cambodia and Hong Kong…it’s where the heart rests

Across the world, everyone has to:

// eat something;
// move from here to there;
// earn a living;
// tidy up;
// keep in touch;
// get stuff; and
// find faith…
…to name a few.

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Interacting with the Symmetry Project

Comprising of four finished pieces, the Symmetry Project is ready for gallery display, purchase, licensing, and commission: but I need your help spreading the word.

Any social shares, links from your Web site, promotion ideas, gallery suggestions,
introductions, feedback, etc, would be much appreciated.

Thanks so much and have a wonderful day!

~Greg Goodman

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