Axonometric Portrait 2
Cyanotype Photogram Print on 300gsm Arches Aquarelle Paper
The process of setting up the arrangement starts the same as Axonometric Portrait #1, with the positioning of a single 100mm cube bottom centre, then joined by a second which is pulled away and spaced with a 50mm cube. However, in this case the smaller cube is not left in place but used to position a second and then third larger cube, to form a grid of four cubes, spaced apart by half their own width. Extra cubes and hollow blocks are placed within and on top of these four original cubes.
For information on the process behind making this work please see the blog post: Axonometric Portrait 0, 1, & 2