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Freeze-frame photography: The floating fabric images — which required upwards of a hundred test jumps per shot, and very sore legs the next day, before Hundley eventually managed to get his hands on a rapid-shutter camera — were partially inspired by his love for freeze-frame photography, the genre pioneered by Eadweard Muybridge. “When I was a kid, I’d go to the library and gather images from the photography section or the sports or animal sections to copy and make drawings of later,” he says. “When I would come across these frozen action photographs it would just enthrall me to wonder what had just happened or was about to. Your brain tries to put together this riddle of what might be going on in this frozen moment.”