Cubism Waynflete Style

Using a panoramic app called Auto-Stich, Upper School students in Printmaking and the Photographic Image were asked to “document” everyday scenes around campus that captured the flavor of an unscripted day in the life of an Upper Schooler.  Each final image contains anywhere from ten to twenty five individual photographs that students have shot from a variety of angles. By turning off the function that is meant to crop and seamlessly “stich” these shots together into a conventional rectangle, students were able to see their final image in a format reminiscent of Cubism. Similar to the Cubist notion of seeing multiple views at once on a flat surface, these photographs live somewhere between stills and video.