I really like this image, it reminds me of Sam Taylor Wood's photography. I like the way it has two people in it as it has a different meaning to it when it's just one person. It shows a clear difference of power.

levitation by Carmille Garcia featuring Skye Schmidt 2011

Sam Taylor Wood Anti-gravity case study, used for the illusion of floating

Sam Taylor-Wood - "Taylor-Wood's work examines the split between being and appearance, often placing her human subjects either singly or in groups, in situations where the line between interior and external sense of self is in conflict.

Sam Taylor-Wood

Sam Taylor-Wood

Suspended self portraits by Sam Taylor Wood

Sam Taylor Wood Suspended self portraits

These self-portraits by Sam Taylor-Wood are truly inspiring. As she explores notions of weight and gravity, she places herself in situations...

Sam Taylor-Wood - Gracefully Suspended (10 photos)

darksilenceinsuburbia: Sam Taylor-Wood: Bram Stoker’s Chair,.

#Flying #Body #Balloon WOW ❤️ - Sam Taylor Wood, escape artist series

Sam Taylor-Wood, Escape Artist (Multicoloured), 2008 © The artist courtesy of White Cube / Movement

Sam Taylor Wood

The big name photography of Sam-Taylor Wood

FLASHBACK FRIDAY: This piece is a self-portrait called Escape Artist (Primary Colours) by Sam Taylor-Wood, which was part of our These Days: Elegies for Modern Times exhibit from April 2009 - February.

Sam Taylor-Wood. Could totally see Ryan posing like this

Sam Taylor-Wood self portrait, part of the Bram Stoker’s Chair series. the chair is like this unknown entity that is keeping everything buoyant." -- from Taylor-Wood's book "Still Lives.

Sam Taylor Wood.

Photo by Sam Taylor Wood

Sam Taylor-Johnson. Bram Stoker's Chair, 2005. [Pinned 19-iv-2016]

Sam Taylor-Wood Bram Stoker’s Chair VI C-print 122 x cm 2005

**Bram Stoker's Chair IV, 2005. Taylor-Johnson finds a way to show the fragile interior supports of exterior grace in this series. Named after the famous vampire who did not leave a shadow, these photographs highlight the division between public and private.

**Bram Stoker's Chair IV, Taylor-Johnson finds a way to show the fragile interior supports of exterior grace in this series. Named after the famous vampire who did not leave a shadow, these photographs highlight the division between public and private.

Sam Taylor-Wood, Falling 2 have selected this image as I believe that the floating/falling can represent being stuck in a state of unconsciousness as a result of long qt syndrome

Sam Taylor-Wood, Falling 2 have selected this image as I believe that the floating/falling can represent being stuck in a state of unconsciousness as a result of long qt syndrome

Sam Taylor - Wood

(c) Sam Taylor-Wood

Bram Stoker's Chair III, 2005

Sam Taylor-Wood, Bram Stoker's Chair III shadows don't appear to match to me but still cool

Sam Taylor-Wood. Bram Stoker's Chair View V, 2005.

Bram Stoker's Chair V, 2005 by Sam Taylor-Wood

Sam Taylor-Wood - Gracefully Suspended (10 photos) - My Modern Metropolis

Sam Taylor-Wood - Gracefully Suspended (10 photos)

Taylor Wood Sam : filmmaker, photographer and conceptual artist

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