MARTIN BRIEF

Rearrangements

pigment print, 3” x 5”, 2007

The photographs in this series are made by reordering the pixels in a photograph to create an entirely new image. The resulting photographs are simultaneously the image depicted and the image referenced in the title. The only thing that has changed is the order of the pixels. These photographs examine notions of what is real as well as point to the important relationship between order and meaning.

Clothesline with clothes drying, Carbondale, IL Clothesline with clothes drying, Carbondale, IL Clothesline with clothes drying, Carbondale, IL
Spoonbridge and Cherry,
Claes Oldenberg and Coosje Van Bruggen, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN and My father hugging Barney the dinosaur, 
Minneapolis, MN Spoonbridge and Cherry,
Claes Oldenberg and Coosje Van Bruggen, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN My father hugging Barney the dinosaur, 
Minneapolis, MN Spoonbridge and Cherry,
Claes Oldenberg and Coosje Van Bruggen, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN My father hugging Barney the dinosaur, 
Minneapolis, MN
Dense Woods, Northern California Dense Woods, Northern California Dense Woods, Northern California