Monday, 2 June 2014

Lost Cinna Monday - Inspiring art

Isolde Woudstra, Thumbs; Slayer, 2012

Isolde Woudstra, One has to learn to be phlegmatic about things going wrong at the office, 2012

Photographer Isolde Woudstra manages to capture the eerie hyperrealism of daily life
 through the medium of photography taking what exists and twisting it
 in a way that reveals the peculiarity of human behaviour.

Zack Dougherty, Blob Phone Booth, 2013

Marlo Pascual, Untitled, 2010
Two Didital C-prints Plexiglas Sintra, 78 x 1.82 x 13 cm

“So the heart be right, it is no matter which way the head lies.” Sir Walter Raleigh

Marlo Pascual, Untitled, 2011
Digital C-print, 203 x 152 cm

Marlo Pascual ‘takes’ photographs, they are just not her own. She resurrects pictures, and fragments of pictures, from long forgotten archives. They are blown-up beyond their original formats. 
A tiny graduation photo destined for a wallet or an 8x10 glossy publicity still destined for a newspaper. 
Torn in half or folded in such a way as to obscure vital information, 
then mounted on stiff supports and leant against walls.

Anouk Lamm Anouk, Mondlammgeburt, 2014, Pen on Paper

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