Pandora's Cluster 1–3
In Campbell's words, Pandora’s Cluster 1–3 "draws from the phenomenon of galaxy clusters and visually interlaces the concept of deep space with satellite views of cities on Earth. Pandora’s Cluster is the nickname of a giant galaxy known as Abell 2744 that formed over the course of 350 million years from a mash-up of several smaller galaxies. Images from the Hubble Space Telescope show how the immense gravity of Abell 2744 functions as a lens, brightening distant galaxies and warping space. This effect, known as gravitational lensing, has inspired new ways for me to work with light in my prints."