"by Rob Mulholland, a Scottish sculptor who created this series of mirrored, reflective sculpted figures called ‘Vestige’ within the forest around the David Marshall Lodge, Scotland. Camouflaged by their surroundings, they absorb their environment and reflect the constant flux of movement and light day by day. The six male and female figures represent a vestige, a faint trace of the past people that once lived at this place. It’s more a visual non-space, a void, imperceptible and at the same time being part of the forest and not being part of it. Mulholland says it deals with the human desire to leave a trace of one’s self for future generations."
By Marta Mattsson, a Swedish jewelry designer. Via Nancy Zhang
” Nature is a great source of inspiration but so is Pokemon”, says Marta.
Students Make Photos by Eating 35mm Film
Kingston University photography students Luke Evans and Josh Lake decided to turn themselves into human cameras by eating 35mm film squares and letting their bodies do the rest. The single film segments were first ingested, excreted (in a dark room) then washed.
All my possessions for a moment of time
35’ wall mural
SECCA (South Eastern Center for Contemporary Art)
Fall 2011 - Spring 2012
Lauren F. Adams
This was my absolute favorite part of that entire exhibition. The photo doesn’t show the details in the pattern, which is basically a commentary on disrespect to Native Americans.