Students in Ms. Sivers’s Photography II class have been learning about Surrealism, an art movement that “uses irrational combinations of imagery to explore desires and psychosis.” In their study of Surrealism, students used Photoshop to create an image with at least three different photographs, sliced and stitched together. They were asked to consider their images’ context and narrative, think about the concepts they wanted to communicate to a viewer, and play with juxtaposition. The result is a dreamlike, abstract art series!

Click here to see a slideshow of their work.