یک پست ویژه که اثبات می کنه ، هنر از خاک زر می سازه.....
همین توری ها و صافی ها که چیزهای بیارزش و ساده و روزمره ای به حساب میان و دست فروشها به صورت فلهای در کنار خیابون به فروش می رسونن گاهی، وقتی دست هنرمندی توانا اون ها رو در دست میگیره و به اون فرم می ده چنین مجسمههای بی نظیر سایه ای رو ایجاد می کنن....
در حیرت سایه های پراحساسی هستم که در کار ایجاد کرده.
all images courtesy the artistin the spirit of the solar eclipse, spanish-born, brussels-based artist isaac cordal has sent designboom his project 'cement bleak', a street art intervention he first initiated a few years past in dalston, london, england. the urban public art installation employs the illumination from street lamps casting shadows upon manipulated metal cooking strainers, propped up by the handle of the piece. three small faces have been modeled on metal sifters and as the light passes through the netted cookware piece, the end point of this luminosity a three-dimensional seeming face on the sidewalk. the piece began as a test implementation of what the artist hopes will be a larger shadow projection project using the resource of city lighting in darkened streets.
in the three strainer sculptures, the artist is investigating the representation of the human face by reinterpreting three dimensional spaces with the help of digital mapping. the artist is 'interested in using lofi technologies to create complex results arguing about the abuse of usage we make with
new technologies in many cases'.
two of the colander pieces cast face shadows of the pavement
a detailed perspective of one cooking strainer's shaddow
the smooth circle is accented by two ear-like protrusions, forming ear like loops at the top of the object
alternate view of the three-dimensional shadow sculptures
the artist has shared a video with us of these strainer shadow artworks in the context of a gallery space. in the film, the works are complemented by strategic lighting and the viewer is given various perspectives of pieces-- suspended in this instance-- in order to better understand the nature of these mesh works.
'unidentified suspects' by isaac cordal