"A soap bubble is a very thin film of soapy water that forms a sphere with an iridescent surface. Soap bubbles can help solve complex mathematical problems of space as they awill always find the smallest surface area between points or edges. They usually last for only a moments until they burst either on their own or when coming in contact with another object. Due to their fragile nature bubbles have also become a synonym for something attractive, yet unsubstantial."
- Pilot Magazine Issue #5
Suface Tension was a collaboration between Tom Roberton and fellow photographer Derek Henderson. The images were exhibited at Melanie Roger Gallery and featured in Pilot Magazine.
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