“Rhythm and Flow” is a series of constructed landscapes created by combining, in a grid, 4-12 single images. Focusing on how forms and lines from one image flow into the bordering images, I have carefully selected and placed each individual photograph to give the illusion of continuity across the bordering images. In Photoshop, I alter the edges to smooth the transition between single images. This series is part of a larger, ongoing exploration of how our perception of time can be represented in a single static image. I use repetition and strong dynamic lines to pull the viewer through the composition so that it unfolds over time.
Final prints are large, around 40” x 60” using the dye sublimation printing process on aluminum.