“letting go of conceptual approaches, a series of abstract monochromatic images, shows the effect of a photochemical reaction of sunlight with hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides that has been released into the atmosphere mostly by automotive emissions and industrial plants. a paradoxical image as we find beauty in polluted skyscapes.”

07/08/2012 § Leave a comment

jason mena, letting go of conceptual approaches (2003)

 

i wish i could see jason mena’s letting go of conceptual approaches in person.  haunting concept.

 

paradoxical images

a young hare

 

 

notes:

[title + images]     not sure exactly where i first came across these images, but i found the title and some others from the series on triangulation blog.

[more invisible made visible]     this reminds me of an old ayh post on mario reis’ works which consist of dipping a canvas into a stream and allowing the minerals and flowing water to paint a picture.

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