Last night I lay in bed thinking about how I was going to display the images.. and if I would reduce it to one single image like I had been thinking.

I thought what about a projector with one image projecting, a variant of the slide idea that couldn’t happen. Then I thought what would that be saying? I thought perhaps have a projected image of a slide? All sounds very cool, but really I want some permanent images that are not dependent on a projector and darkness to see them. Just simple. 

I also kept thinking over and over how I really liked two of the images and just couldnt cut it back to one as I liked the theme of the three images and like that each one has a different feel to it and together they give the viewer more to take in as opposed to one image. 

I also know I dont want my images framed as to me framing contains something and my images are just as they are unconstrained. I do want them off the wall and mounted though to make them presentable and modern. 

I decided block prints, perfect for what I’m imagining. I want them small as I dont want this to be a loud shouting grandiose work. I want it to be sort of private, intimate.. I want the viewer to have to come in close and focus on them.. to take out all other distractions and have a small piece of time just being with the images.

I want them ideally to be spaced about a blocks width apart so as not to have them so close that the viewer reads over them quickly as one. I want them to have to spend time with each composition and in having each block spaced a decent amount apart they will do this. 

Im excited Im really moving closer to having this in fruition.


About jessshirley1981

Hi there, Im a 33 year old mum of two, a 7 year old daughter and a 5 year old son. I am studying for the BA in Arts & Media part time, I have just finished L6 Studio this semester 2, 2014. My passion is photography, here is a link to my facebook photography page for those of you that are interested https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jessica-Shirley-Photography/414300345298086
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