From Benjamin Genocchio’s article for The New York Times

For some, the idea of cloning humans is equally worrisome. Jake Rowland imagines what this may be like, morphing photographic portraits of himself and his wife to create mutantlike figures. When one looks at the faces of the people in these photographs, their gender and age are difficult to determine. Mr. Rowland’s portraits depict a world in which identity has become fragmented and skewed.

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