Love this series, death of an image. Artist Andrea Galvani says that, in an attempt to cross a boundary, she allowed objects placed carefully where they shouldnt be in a shot to generate their own absence, transforming the subjects while exposing hiatuses in the landscape. Woah. Supes theoretical... The resulting effect is, to me, mysterious and trippy and bizzare, but also, dusty and rustic and normal. Aesthetically, its like, Rene Magritte meets Alejandro Jodorowsky, with a little Italo Calvino thrown into the mix (what with all the theoretical science). Or, something. Does that make sense??
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