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Norton shoots all of her studio images with her Toyo Monorail 4x5 large-format camera. It lets her capture great detail and a real sense of space — you can get lost in the photographs if you look long enough. Both her photography and her sculpture play around with depth and dimension, inspired by the Light and Space movement of California artists in the ’60s and ’70s, whose work dealt with sensory perception, and who used light itself as a material.