Exhibition - Diptych/Triptych
Territorial Dispute by Tony Luha
Definition: A Diptych is a pair of images which reflect a common story or theme in each image. A Triptych is a set of three (3) images which reflect a common story or theme in each image.
Guidelines: Diptychs and triptychs may be constructed from more than one image or from a single image. Multiple images lend themselves particularly to storytelling. Single image based diptychs and triptychs lend themselves to more creative works.The simple division of one image into two or three sections might be expected to be judged less favorably than an image where each section has been manipulated or presented creatively.
Printed diptychs and triptychs must be presented as a single work on a single matboard. Projected diptychs and triptychs will need Photoshop or similar to construct them.
This is an internally judged exhibition.