Art, Creativity, Photography, Travel, Writing

This week Sue’s dictionary fell open at the word ‘bisect’

This is one of my photos with a gradient applied to it which neatly bisects (or trisects?) it.
ATD-poster-experiments-w-signed

Last week, by coincidence, I visited the Museum of Modern Art (Mudam) in Luxembourg where I saw these images by John Stezaker. According to the information about them: “the works John Stezaker has been creating since the mid-1970s derive from a fascination with found imagery imbued with a kind of nostalgia, they activate the imaginative potential that the Surrealists saw in outmoded objects”.

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These are some more “traditional” bisecting images:

IMG_5946-Apt-lavender-field

IMG_5826-Apt-lavender-field

IMG_5939-Viens

IMG_5872-Apt-cornfield

IMG_5790-Apt-landscape

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Comments on: "word a week challenge: BISECT" (3)

  1. vastlycurious.com said:

    The gradient is fabulous!

  2. […] word-a-week-challenge-bisect (traveller2006.wordpress.com) […]

  3. Wow, you really did go to town on this challenge, excellent representations

    I’m inviting you to come also join us for Travel Photo Mondays, if you have some travel posts (can be old) please link them up, it runs all week.

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