I've begun playing with the idea of 3 D shapes covered with excerpts from my many photos of architectural forms - structures therefore on top of structures. Today's first attempts are basically cubic in form with their faces stitched together with perlé cotton.
Holes were punched and look throughs were cut to give variety to the surface and glimpses of what lies behind.
Shadows were created when the forms were strongly lit to give a different perception of structure.
And I photographed one of the forms from above as well as from the side, revealing internal shadows before the light dropped ... and a third layer of structures ...
The photos I've used here were taken inside Sydney Opera House looking out at the harbour beyond. I've since turned them to black and white and greatly increased the light levels and contrast to give a silhouette-like effect.
I have a huge library of such photos as I find exploring their possibilities fascinating. I especially enjoy the range of graphic images that are possible with them.