Sam Taylor-Wood combines elements of still and moving images, frequently exploring the tensions and entanglements arising between people in a closed environment. Often emotionally and spatially disorientating, her highly choreographed scenes bring together a cast of everyday people, close friends, models, and actors.
To frame Taylor-Wood’s ‘Soliloquies’ series, large-scale photographs in two parts required framing as a continuous diptychs with flow of image between two parts accurately matched.
Two separate frames, with adjoining horizontal section of moulding half-width to create effect of equal moulding proportions through out. Photographs dry-mounted onto 5mm Foamex, framed with stained and lacquered oak. Matching oak fillets with neoprene gaskets, and birch plywood sub-frames.
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Courtesy Jay Jopling / White Cube ( London )