Time in a Frame

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How do we see the world?
When we look around us, we don't see the scene in front of us as a whole. We see a bits and pieces of the whole and then our brain put all of it together to create the whole image.

 

 

In the early 1980’s, English painter David Hockney began creating intricate photo collages that he called “joiners”. His earlier collages consisted of grid-like compositions made up of polaroid photographs. He then switched to photo lab processed 35mm photographs and created collages that took on a shape of their own, creating abstract representations of the scenes he had photographed. The varied exposures of the individual photographs that make up each collage give each work a fluidity and movement that otherwise 

might not be found. 

This is a humble attempt to recreate his style.

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New Emergence

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New Emergence

The online platform steers you a certain way

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