Combination Prints

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'Combination Printing' was a neologism used in the 19th century for identifying what came to be known as 'photo-montage'. Produced by using two or more phtoographic negatives as a singular image 'combination printing' was discovered and utilised as a technique by Hippolyte Bayard.

As images 'Combination Prints' are reproduced examples of the 'Found When Out' series and employ its secondary phase: 'the objects are re-configured into formalist compositions reminiscent of recognizable figurative forms or as representations of mythological or spiritual symbols as well as translations of scale models for living environments, cityscapes and the data visualisation of audio files and sound waves.'

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P/////AKT
Amsterdam, NL
13 September – 12 October, 2014