There are subsets within any set. Belonging to both sets is determined by the sum of two differential qualities, one which justifies its presence in the primary set and one which allows for its integration into the secondary set. In turn, observing the secondary sets in detail allows us to see that the same diagram is repeated.
All elements in a set share some characteristics that make them belong to this specific set; however, they also retain other characteristics that endow each one of their elements with individuality. My photographs explore these mechanics on three levels. First, in identifying definitive subsets within a whole; second, in representing the entire subset; and third, in demonstrating the relationships between the individual elements, the subset and the primary set.