Felipe Pantone just sent over some images from his amazing show at Mirus Gallery in San Francisco entitled “W3-Dimensional.” Take a look at a number of beautiful photos capturing the amazing use of space within the gallery of Mr. Pantone’s op-art “Ultradynamism” art style.
This new piece created by R1 entitled “Sound of Light” consists of 1000 CD’s that were installed on a derelict, abandoned farm house. The artwork interacts in connection with the light of the sun. When the sun reflects on the CD’s, they re-direct a spectrum of dynamic, neon-like colours that change as one moves position. The CD installation was strategically placed in an open landscape (facing west) to capture the sunlight as it mirrors back a magnificent ‘sound’ of colour. The temporary artwork was installed in one day and dismantled the day after. Video and more images after the jump!
Lala Abaddon seeks to examine the dual nature of binary relationships with parallels that give shape to their physical existence. In her woven work she integrates many components in her process, capturing her unique images multiple times through a repetitive sequence of traditional analog photographic methods, then arranging the large format prints into precise and deliberate pairings.
Photographer Trina Merry has recently come out with a brilliant new series entitled “Lost in Wonder” where the artist takes photos of a model at some of the most monumental landmarks around the globe. The subject is body painted in resemblance of the surrounding landscape which makes him disappear into the photograph.
This series is the result of the meeting between Rems182’s “Chaos Reign” graffiti series and Fabio Zanino‘s “Decostruzioni” series in which the figurative world of Rems182 is remixed through the kaleidoscopic lens of Fabio Zanino.
In Rems182’s “Chaos Reign” works the animal world, expressing itself in an instinctive and sometimes cruel way, reminds us how rationality is not the only factor which controls life.
In human relations, like among animals, sometimes it is chaos which moves everything, and our intellectual architectures are powerless in front of the mercilessness of life.
Fabio Zanino’s works on original subjects through an epic game of breaking down and synthesis of language and form to alter the message and perception.
Rich McCor is a photographer who travels the world creating brilliant images of landmarks adding his own twist by using cutout paper characters. From turning the Arc de Triomphe into a LEGO man and the Little Mermaid statue to a selfie taker, McCor’s work effortlessly intertwines humour and photograph beauty.
What happens when you spend a month living alone on an island in Maine with nothing but cardboard, scissors and gorgeous sunsets to play with? A lot of really awesome stuff. Photographer and artist John Marshall created a series entitled “Sunset Selfies” where Marshall turns simple cutouts into whimsical situations.