Michael Reedy - this piece focuses on exposing the human body and perhaps enabiling the viewer to see the complexity and beauty of it. The beige silhouette shows us that the subject is a woman and the colours used suggest calmness and tranquility. However the actual foreground of the piece can seem a bit morbid as all internal organs, veins and bones are being exposed. There is order in each of our bodies - in the sense that everything is build in a specific area for a reason.
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Raw Colour installation at Aram Gallery 2016 - 'Chromatology'. Paper shredders connected to motion sensors and fed with rolls of coloured paper. Triggered by the presence of the viewer, the coloured paper 'shreds' are mixed in the air, creating new shades.
Dreamy Photos of New York Architecture Capture the "Secret Lives of Buildings"
Rising up as spectral monsters, the New York City buildings captured by photographer Marc Yankus loom as giants in the urban landscape. The series of dreamlike images give new perspective to the architecture, and by pulling back to show his subjects in their naked context Yankus forces the viewer to observe their raw impact. The solitude that inhabits the photographs are in stark contrast to the normally buzzing city streets. This solitude enhances the magnitude of the historical buildings…