• SPATIAL CONSTRUCTIONS PHOTOGRAPHY | FOUND MATERIALS | TEXTILES
  • SPATIAL CONSTRUCTIONS PHOTOGRAPHY | FOUND MATERIALS | TEXTILES
  • SPATIAL CONSTRUCTIONS PHOTOGRAPHY | FOUND MATERIALS | TEXTILES
  • SPATIAL CONSTRUCTIONS PHOTOGRAPHY | FOUND MATERIALS | TEXTILES

These two constructions, one made from hard materials and one from soft are referencing different artist movements and inspired by different works but are linked together by the idea behind them, using found materials to create.

Inspired by the works of Vladimir Tatlin, the construction found on the cover is reminiscent of architecture and explores the ideas of constructivism and deconstructivism simultaneously.

Created as a reinterpretation of Arnold Boeklin’s “Isle of the Dead”, this construction is made from scavenged textiles and has been arranged and lit in response to the inspiration. A pleasing colour palate overlays a composition that is ominous and physiologically stirring.


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