cut out scene

 

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Cut out from something else, 

as a pattern 

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or a figure cut out 

or intended to be cut out of its background, 

 

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its environment,

or other related material. 

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...cut out from its environment,

or other related material. 

 

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as a pattern 

 

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Cut out from something else, 

as a pattern 

or a figure cut out 

or intended to be cut out of its background, 

its environment,

or other related material. 

Did you understand ? 

Look again.

38 thoughts on “cut out scene

  1. That is a spectacular post! I really enjoyed the rhythm and cadence of the photographs and the text. I think this would be quite an experience if it was recreated as a large format art installation.

  2. Reblogged this on wrsurya and commented:
    this is my first attempt at WordPress and i feel very lucky to have come across this post… the idea of simplifying things around us brings me back to an old technique generally called ‘subject isolation’ – which reminds me of ‘isolation exercises in dance, obviously belonging to another post at another time – where we reduce distractions from the subject by leaving out unnecessary elements in the shot or frame… this post shows simple but clear examples…

      1. hi, and you’re welcome… each of us tends to see and interpret our surroundings in a slightly differently, thus each of us perceive, essentially, a slightly different world… photographers and others who mainly work with visual media (including dance, as was my case way back) have this inherent capacity, i would say – and whether they realise this or not, to see light and spatial relationships between objects slightly differently than other people… i’m happy being more of a visual myself… i hope you are, as well… 🙂

  3. ah architecture-endlessly fascinating patterns.some of these would make great wallpapers.Hope you can pop by my blog and let me know what you think, more nature photos but a couple of architectural patterns like yours too 🙂

  4. Do you like the graphic work of Jimenez Lai? He did the architectural graphic novel called “Citizens of No Place”. Your photos here made me think of him and how he discusses environment. He uses his design in storytelling… and shows human form in relation to architecture, light, shadow and “alternate” worlds within our reality. I enjoyed your “cut outs” very much.

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