photomontages have image aspect ratios of 1: 3 x (1+Φ)
or 1 to 4.85, and were assembled using 7.46" x 12" R-type photographic
prints made from slides. These archival photomontages are
matted and framed behind glass in 42" by 13" Nielsen metal frames.
Framed photomontages are one-half of a 42" x 26" Golden Rectangle,
and can be combined to create dynamic assemblages (see exhibitions for
examples in gallery spaces). Both
framed work and prints are for sale.
Photographs were taken using an Olympus OM-1N and Nikon F-100
35-mm cameras using Kodak Ektachrome and Fuji Provia 100 slide
films. Macrophotos of television screens were taken with the
OM-1 using a 50-mm Zuiko Macro lens with an Olympus auto-extension
tube. Microphotos of rock thin sections were taken using a Zeiss
polarizing microscope at 20-60x with a Leitz 35-mm camera.