Children open their eyes to see small details and observe oddities which elude their grown counterparts. Adults, at their most aware, step back to connect elements within a picture plane, detecting greater narratives and conclusions.
We are better off when we unite these ways of seeing, rather than pitting them against one another. This truth comes home again and again in the work of Priya Kambli; images by the photographic artist and Truman State University professor currently are displayed in the University of Missouri’s George Caleb Bingham Gallery.
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