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New Work From Old Work

Which is a good way to describe the whole venue of composite artwork, since by definition a composite piece is assembled from at least two images.

I remember thinking (as most probably did any of a lot of other people) when someone first described a piece by Jerry Uelsmann to me: That's not photography. Then I saw one. Now, I'm working on making my own.


New Work Needs Title


While the file gets a working name, the piece definitely needs some title other than 'Untitled'. So I'm putting that out here, feel free to suggest a title. I might add incentive if you do.

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thedooz
Jun. 14th, 2012 02:43 am (UTC)
very cool. I really think this is striking. So much to look at--symmetry yet opposition--part static and part dynamic. love the natural light in the middle section.

I hate when work is untitled. It really annoys me. I want to tell artists in museums, name it anything! It adds an interest level and makes me think hmmm.... Also if its a red box on a blue square don't call it red box on blue square. That is almost as bad as untitled. Ok, rant done. :P I'll think on names
madshutterbug
Jun. 14th, 2012 01:17 pm (UTC)
Hmm... OK, so maybe I call it Brown Hexagon On Paisley?
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