In the Cut-Outs series, landscape photos, family snapshots and news images were cut into the shapes of commercial packaging patterns, disrupting the familiar rectangular format we expect of a photograph and mediating our perceptions of the images. The pattern shapes carry broader references to marketing, consumerism, and mass production of multiples, while they also refer to everyday actions in both the public and private spheres. The Cut-Outs hover between two and three dimensions. They are creased along fold lines, evidence of having been folded into the three-dimensional box or container intended by the pattern. There are fifteen works in this series.