Form Follows Function

Here is another example of an enlargement from my series of painting-realistic photographs, made on 50x60cm photographic paper.

Each different process throws light on the subject in a new way, and in turn presents with it a branch of exploration that is specific to the process and its parameters. Some things work better small and detailed, others seem to have more impact as white on black rather than black on white, and as I explore these different routes I am reminded once again of my fascination with this filtering process and its effects.

For me, there is no ideal form, just an endless string of iterations and variations which I can play my role in discovering and presenting.

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