In real life, we observe images from different perspectives, and then we join these "cerebral cells" together to form a mental image of what it is that we've seen. How we join the cells together involves choices of perspective and the methods we use to translate a 3D reality into a 2D photographic image.
Joiner photography involves the combination of two or more images to create a larger image. In this series, photos are split, multiplied, modified, and then joined together to emphasize different aspects of the subject. Grids are used to display the joined photographs, with the individual cells serving as the building blocks of the final 2D image.