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The human need to gather and organize may seem self-evident, but it often comes by instinctive compulsion rather than conscious awareness. We crave an interaction with others and things, and often steer our decision-making based on this common goal. Where does our desire to find like things and sort them into groups come from? Four photographers approach this phenomenon in different ways, whether the subject is flora and fauna, living humans, or their essence or remains, these images leave no doubt that we unconsciously take what we find in our environment and collect, store, and categorize it in order to express and define a part of ourselves.