'Hidden Identity' Final Foundation Project outcomes
These are my final outcomes for my 'Hidden Identity' part 3 art and design Foundation Course project. I explored the theme of hidden identity and how people can lose their identity if they become part of a crowd or, in this case a riot.
Robert Rauschenberg 1925-2008 ABOUT Rauschenberg was born in Port Arthur, Texas. He studied at the Kansas City Art Institute (1946–7), the Académie Julien, Paris (1947), and with Josef Albers and John Cageat Black Mountain College, North Carolina (1948–50). Traveling widely, he was based in New York City from 1950, where he and Jasper Johns paved the way for pop art of the 1960s. He worked with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, New York, as costume and stage designer (1955–64).An…
I Take Photos Of Frozen Flowers
I was fascinated by the way that ice warped and distorted objects caught in it so I started to experiment taking photos of objects encapsulated in ice. In one of my many experiments I dropped the ice block into a swimming pool. It cracked in the most interesting way and so I decided to make it a project. During the next 6 months, my girlfriend and I photographed more than a hundred frozen flower arrangements. She did the arranging and placing and I photographed them. We did it at dawn, when…
Juxtapoz Magazine - Thomas Kellner's Mosaic-like Photomontages
German artist Thomas Kellner's photomontages are created by taking a series of pictures with a film camera step-by-step and layer-by-layer so that the...
Artist Rebecca Louise Law 'The Hated Flower, 2014'
Rebecca Louise Law is an Installation Artist using natural materials, namely flora. Law’s installations are designed to dry as permanent sculptures.
Liesl Pfeffer sent over her fantastic photographic collages. Her most recent series is called Souvenir and it depicts imaginary foreign landscape,
Seung Hoon Park's Woven Photography
(click for detail) New works from South Korean photographer Seung Hoon Park as part of his ongoing series TEXTUS. Park uses a process to overlay or weave together film strips, however this appears to be a single print, so I'm unsure of how he's making these. My assumption is that it's not dig