Collage of 2 photos, examples
Part of my first photography project “Graphic Match” (2011.) Inspired by my video art work. "Flares on Water" Diptych.
Graphic Match is one of the ways by which audiences of experimental film associate images seen in sequence. As the author of the book, Dreams of Chaos, Visions of Order: Understanding the American Avant-garde Cinema, James Peterson, explains: a graphic match occurs when the surface structure, the two dimensional array of colors, forms, and movements of an image, is repeated in the image that follows it.
“I also have, a related ‘philosophical interest’ that I would describe as follows: in as much as it is possible, to demonstrate the intangible in a concrete manner, to make the abstract, present.
If there were an element that dominates my photographs, it would be water: its delicate transparencies, the spectacular play of lights transformed in a current, or the ‘graphic matches’ that exist between sky and sea.”