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Talented Quebec artist Ulric Collette has returned with a fresh take on two-faced portraits.
This dynamic collection titled ‘Facade’ is a group of intimate photos that show the duality of one individual and not the combining of two people into one, as previously done in Ulric’s earlier work. The blurred fusion photography is meant to show the dual nature of how we present ourselves and how we actually feel in the inside. An example of this juxtaposed state is the photograph of a girl with purple and gray hair; one half of her photo demonstrates her with a serious look on her face while the other depicts her in a state of laughter with a smile.
Ulric Collette captures the duality of life and visual interpretation in Facade with creative and insightful two-faced portraits.