A frame is used by artists and designers to define something in particular within a space. Forming compositions requires more than just looking; it's vision with care and deliberation. But just as a frame encolses an image, it also opens up an infinite range of new ones. 
With time, what’s familiar becomes rapidly uninteresting to the eye. Using cut-out circle, square and rectangle paper frames, I sought to find striking images within found photos in books, disregarding their content. The result is a series of compositions within compositions that demonstrate the possibilities of careful looking. This act of substracting and abstracting causes a re-discovery of the known-world.