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Artist Justine Khamara transforms her portrait photography into intricate and wonderfully distorted cut sculptures. Khamara starts with a photo of a face or body part, and then takes a knife, or la...

Artist Justine Khamara transforms her portrait photography into intricate and wonderfully distorted cut sculptures. Khamara starts with a photo of a face or body part, and then takes a knife, or la...

Como vc tá? Vi varias fotos antigas nossa de novo. Dessa vez no celular de uma amiga em comum. Já são quase 30 anos. O que nos reserva o futuro? Olha essa instalação!

Como vc tá? Vi varias fotos antigas nossa de novo. Dessa vez no celular de uma amiga em comum. Já são quase 30 anos. O que nos reserva o futuro? Olha essa instalação!

James Nizam produces subtle, geometric light installations with programmable lighting elements and mirrors, the resulting pieces looking like snapshots of a strictly choreographed laser light show. In his 2011 series "Thought Forms," Nizam gained entrance to a domestic structure to ins

James Nizam produces subtle, geometric light installations with programmable lighting elements and mirrors, the resulting pieces looking like snapshots of a strictly choreographed laser light show. In his 2011 series "Thought Forms," Nizam gained entrance to a domestic structure to ins

New York artist Michael Mapes creates elaborate specimen boxes by dissecting photographs and then compartmentalizing individual fragments within plastic bags, glass vials, magnifiers, in gelatin capsules and on insect pins. The boxes exist in an uncanny area between photography and sculpture, functioning both as portraits and as fascinating scientific canvases that make you question the the logic behind the organization of each piece.:

New York artist Michael Mapes creates elaborate specimen boxes by dissecting photographs and then compartmentalizing individual fragments within plastic bags, glass vials, magnifiers, in gelatin capsules and on insect pins. The boxes exist in an uncanny area between photography and sculpture, functioning both as portraits and as fascinating scientific canvases that make you question the the logic behind the organization of each piece.:

Different perspective: This portrait of Stephanie Tubbs Jones is viewed from an angle so the different layers can be seen

Different perspective: This portrait of Stephanie Tubbs Jones is viewed from an angle so the different layers can be seen

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