Journeys to the Edge – Cut-ups
The cut-up technique, called découpé in French, is a literary system in which text is cut up and rearranged to create a new piece of prose. This concept, which can be traced to the Dadaist artists of the 1920s, was popularized in the 1950s and early 1960s by American writer and artist William S. Burroughs. The Journeys to the Edge – Cut-ups series takes random images from one country, then reassembles them into a final piece of artwork. These pieces give the viewer poetic insight into remote, exotic and mysterious worlds and cultures.
Afghanistan – Flowers & Man 30″ x 16″ Archival digital print
Colombia – My Footsteps will always Fall 30′ x 16″ Archival digital print
Haiti – Ancestors Rise Erect 33″ x 14″ Archival digital print