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by Soren Dahlgaard
As human beings, we look to facial expressions on our fellow man to enable us to judge them, to assertain their mood. This is never more true than in portraiture.In Dough Portraits, however, the faces are hidden and replaced instead by slow-flowing lumps of dough which ooze down over the heads of the subjects, concealing any clues we might have to the true nature of the person below. And yet, the human mind likes to find faces in inanimate objects. If we look long enough into the dough portraits, we start to begin to see jowls, noses, frowns maybe, even happiness or sadness; something which starts to tell us about the real characters of the people underneath.