shredded newsprint, monotype ink print, mi-tentes paper, and photographs on chipboard

Contrast is formally regarded as a distinct separation or divide. Yet, contrast can be understood as the subtle differentiation of similar elements. Contrast should therefore not be assumed as an absolute division, as such an assumption negates the possibility of relation between different elements. When given further consideration and deeper examination, we can begin to see not only the obvious differences between elements, but also the threads of similarity that tie them together.



©2012 mandy johnson

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