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‘Time-stacking’ a form of time-lapse photography pioneered by Canadian artist Matt Molloy, integrating hundreds of photographs into a single image, depicting the passage of time, light changes and movement in the scene with every added layer.

The process is frequently compared to Impressionist painting techniques, which famously layer brushstrokes on location-painted landscapes to similar effect. The results of Molloy’s work are a series of dynamic and other-worldly scenes which seamlessly blend HD hyper-realism with an amplified, surrealist sensibility.


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