The Corners Project asks friends, family, and other participants to share photographs of the corners that inhabit their lives. I crop their photos into hexagonal tiles/cubes, and use those tiles/cubes to build collages of virtual objects and environments.
The idea for this project evolved from my participation in the “- – – – – -” exhibition curated by Brett Yasko at SPACE Gallery in Pittsburgh, PA in 2019. Learn more about that show here.
I will always give participants photography credit if I use a tile based on their photograph in a collage. If your tile is used with other participants’ tiles in a collage, I will give equal billing to each photographer, regardless of the number of times a given tile is used in the collage.
One overarching goal of this project is to create a palette/database of tiles that can be used by any artist to create collages, as long as credit is given to the original photographers.