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Foot Locker in Dulles, VA

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Champs Sports in Dulles, VA

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Free People in Tysons Corner, VA

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Foot Locker in McLean, VA

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Champs Sports in McLean, VA

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Foot Locker in Fairfax, VA

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Champs Sports in Fairfax, VA

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Foot Locker in Falls Church, VA

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Footaction in McLean, VA

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Foot Locker in Manassas, VA

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Footaction in Manassas, VA

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Foot Locker in Arlington, VA

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Champs Sports in Arlington, VA

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The Portrait Machine Project: Aura Photography / Apr 18 at 1:38AM PDT

Photography by Carlo Van de Roer

Martynka Wawrzyniak 2, 2008


Photography by Carlo Van de Roer

Tim Barber, 2008


Photography by Carlo Van de Roer

Yoko Okutsu, 2008


Photography by Carlo Van de Roer

Christelle Imperial de Castro, 2008


Photography by Carlo Van de Roer

Aurel Schmidt 2, 2009


Photography by Carlo Van de Roer

Miranda July, 2009


Photography by Carlo Van de Roer

Waris Ahluwalia (Diptych), 2009


Photography by Carlo Van de Roer, whose portraits are made using a Polaroid aura camera from the 1970s. The fluorescent colors are said to represent emotional feedback.

"The subject is connected to the camera by sensors measuring electromagnetic biofeedback. It translates these readings into information about the subject and how they are seen by the photographer and others -- suggesting the camera bypasses the control of the photographer and subject in making the portrait."

Definitely worth seeing in person. On exhibit at the M+B Gallery in Los Angeles til May 14th.