I have been looking at the triptych as an art form. Usually these are works of art, normally painting or carved, comprising of three panels that are hinged together so that they can be closed or opened to view. Typically the centre piece is large than the two wings. Popular as alter pieces in the European Middle Ages but have earlier origins.
The form also sees echoes in stained glass design in churches and cathedrals but I have yet to see it used as a photographic form. Here I have printed three images of the same model to form a single montage. I’ve entitled it as ‘Three Angels Triptych (2005)’.
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