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A traditional expression of beauty in Japanese art, the Ikebana style of flower arrangement originated in 6th century Buddhist altars, and is still extant in various cultures, having undergone changes and adaptations throughout time. New materials were added, new forms were discovered, but the tradition of seeking and conceiving beauty is alive To this day. The series named after this widespread Japanese practice is filled with the beauty of digital interference in the Ikebanas photographs students from Seiguetsu School in Rio de Janeiro.

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