A flower. Organic matter. Breaking apart.
The source image (warning: pretty big) for this one came from a set of photos I took of flowers that had been shed and was treated using a variety of glitching tools and techniques.
Related to the f̮lo͏̲̰͔̮w̴͚̼͚e͎̜̻̭ŕ͖͓̭̩̱̙̘ piece, these images are here for completeness. The left is a HDR image from a set of photos taken as a study, whereas the right is the full, uncropped image as featured in f̮lo͏̲̰͔̮w̴͚̼͚e͎̜̻̭ŕ͖͓̭̩̱̙̘.
The piece is formed from multiple photos of an attic ceiling that have been repeatedly layered, cropped and clipped (hence the title Fragments and Angles), in an attempt to produce an angular, confounding and ultimately intimidating image.
This is a set of photos taken against a backdrop of two pieces of foamboard, and a desk lamp. Reasons for the inclusion of these items in the set are one (or more) of the following:
This is a somewhat autobiographical piece, and there was some introspection in choosing the items to photograph, raising the question:
“What items would other people put instead of mine?”
So, if anyone has done anything similar regarding their life, please do share- it would be a very interesting exercise for everyone involved to see what summarises someone at a given stage 🙂
These pictures are of various locations in and around the city of Sheffield, for their personal significance and/or visual appeal.
Hence, some (somewhat self-indulgent) explanatory notes are supplied HERE with the image array itself- below.
If you like the image and would like a print quality version for your own uses, please get in touch
The individual images are below:
This work is dedicated to the memory of George Bare.