Wildor Crescent – A thin white line
As we advance as humans we are taught to read different things in certain ways. For example, we read books from right to left and top to bottom. The same applies to visual hierarchy in photography. When viewers observe a photo at the same height they are equal to the subject. However, if the photo is taken looking down at the subject a shift in power occurs. The observer now has a dominate authority over the subject. What happens when something that is usually looked down upon is given the power to stare down the throat of its contrasting class?