Birmingham, United Kingdom
Photograph - Digital Camera
This piece is taking a further quarter of a rotated grid and enlarging it. I wanted to have as little control over the resulting compositions as possible, and these sections are the end result, and the aim of the project.
As I am one of those people who can stare for hours at a piece of twig or stare lovingly at a rock - I thought I would explore our ability to appreciate natural phenomenon.
This project started by taking some photographs of rock faces with cracks and fractures that I thought it would be interesting to develop the concept of naturally occurring art.
Other than cutting out sections along the fractures to give interesting shapes, I haven't composed any of this work - rather... as it developed, I devised a system of grids, placing the original samples randomly, then started rotating sections of the grid to overlay other grids underneath and then applying layer filters.
July 31st, 2013
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