by Michel François - I really like how this. The juxtaposition between the outer 'frame' and the inner spiderwebs reminds me of a mind. The frame being the skin and skull, and the inner mixtures and shapes being the mind at work: inspiration depicted.
"Through Hollow Lands," by Etta Lilienthal and Ben Zamora at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle is an installation composed of 200 white fluorescent lights, arranged in a geometric canopy. Photography by Malcolm Smith, courtesy Frye Art Museum.
Gabby O’Connor, "What Lies Beneath", an installation of dyed and lacquered tissue paper stapled together and lit with natural light augmented by fluorescent lights. I love how this soft light fills the room.