An intriguing way of exploring the human face (and more!).
It occurs to me that at least one other, more famous, artist
has employed photography in a sampled, repeated, muti-angled manner to explore
subjects: David Hockney. The distinct difference in approach is that Hockney
uses the camera as a tool of investigation, then selects and manipulates
the photographic prints to produce startling landscapes and portraits which
spill over the surface. My own approach is based on found images which suggest
juxtapositions and rhythms which allow the viewer to glimpse multiple parts
of one image, often blended with one or more which become evident only after
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Part cut-up, part chance, part premeditation; rhythmical and disconcerting,
this technique was developed from an intial "moment of revelation"
sixties and a full portfolio produced in a rush in recent years.
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