Relax, you’re not stuck in the space-time continuum. This is a new series of work by New York-based artist Daniella Zalcman, who remixes photographs of London and New York in trippy double exposures, as an homage to both cities. Exploring elements of memory and identity associated with each locale via architecture and nostalgia, Zalcman says that “in the noise and silence, everyone will find something that feels like home.” Once you find your balance, you might be able to pick up iconic sites like the Brooklyn Bridge Park overlaid with Leicester Square, or Whitehall synced with the South Bronx.

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“London + New York” by Daniella Zalcman Takes You to Another World