In my AT group one of my peers, Stephen Mostek, said something very powerful about revolution when we were studying On Photography. With a picture, it is impossible to know the context of the moments around that moment, and so you can frame it however you like. He showed us a picture of someone holding a ripped quiet hours sign and then told us that person wasn’t the one who had ripped the sign. This made me think about what happens when anything is taken out of context, you can almost entirely change the meaning. I was inspired to create blackout poetry from the Lapham text in order to frame the passages how I wanted and change the meaning of the words by taking them all out of context.