2/3. Imagine


What if every picture of the 2/3 series were a word? Each one acquires part of its meaning through a certain use in a certain context, any single picture relating to the sequence the way a word relates to a sentence, sentences after sentences – sequence after sequences – woven into a narrative. And then there are the simple words and the complex ones, some of them able to stand alone while others do not mean much outside the structure of the sentence. This might be the field I am currently playing on.

(I arrived at this short description because it seemed clear from the beginning that I might post the same picture more than once, depending on the use I might have for it in different contexts. That’s how I arrived at language: I also use some words more than once, and while they always almost mean the same, the sentences they are part of mean very different things.

You’ve seen two of the above pictures already, but I needed the car for obvious reasons. But was it necessary to re-post the last picture as well? Deleting it from this sequence felt like something went missing, so: yes, had to re-post it!)

4 thoughts on “2/3. Imagine”

  1. Very interesting perspective and freedom of working with your images. The images you posted also give a good understanding of your thoughts. I recently started with photography and I find it very challenging to give pictures their perfect context and gather them into a series, because some are indeed good, but as you said, they can not stand alone. Thanks for the idea! I’ll explore it!

    1. It is great if this idea works for you. I cannot wait to find out what you come up with. Thanks for visiting, generously liking, and commenting, Loredana.

    1. Thanks, Harrie! I knew I was not original… I do like the pictures you linked to though!

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