I came across this work in a copy of Foam Magazine yesterday.
The photographer made a number of completely enclosed black squares, each one containing a short description of a famous photograph. By making use of a media strategy that activates our frame of reference by referring to other work, the series is a confirmation of the iconic value of the images that Schirner calls to life via language. They represent genuinely philosophical stagings of the productive, reflective power of our imagination.
I love this piece of work. It just seems to make so much sense.