Two By Two

Traditionally a diptych was a "a pair of pictures or carvings on two panels, usually hinged together" - but a more modern application is two photographs presented side by side as a single item. There are many, many ways to connect two photographs into a single view. And I am sure there are new ways and visual connections waiting to be developed by all you uber-creative Utata folks. Often diptychs are used to portray motion or time lapse, the duality inherent in emotional situations or altered perspectives of the same item. They can be used to establish either commonality or differentiation - really the only criteria is that the artist determines that there is a connection (of any kind) between the two sides.
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