One of the more interesting books I saw this year was French photographer Grégoire Cheneau's Altered States. Actually, it wasn't initially the book that caught my eye, but rather prints of the images themselves, which were hanging on the wall at this year's Nofound Photo Fair in Paris. A quick look at these photographs will tell you that it's a series of portraits. Look too quickly, though, and you'll miss what's happening here: Cheneau has created composite images, put together from many shots (taken from different angles) of the same person. In fact, when I talked to Cheneau, he told me that in each image, there are pretty much no two body parts that come from the same photograph.