Showing posts with label Alienation. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Alienation. Show all posts

Friday, August 29, 2008

From Hitchcock

I was using Hitchcock works as a source material and appropriated selected film stills to capture the feeling of tension. I have created a number of monoprints on canvas and paper but I felt this was going nowhere and my focus was moving away from my original intentions.

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Friday, May 11, 2007

Home from Home

I grew up in tenements, an asphalt cosmos where houses are fastened to the ground with no roots, no cellars. Everything is mechanical and devoid of intimacy. For this project I wanted to explore a PHOBIA OF INNER SPACES.

The myth of the outside and inside is felt fully in alienation which is founded on these two terms. There is sense of entrapment that can be felt on the outside as well as on the inside.

Doors of hesitation
The prison is outside
Don't eat with your mouth open
Exterior dizziness versus interior immensity
The fear doesn't come from the outside
Click on the image below to view more castings and work developed around the subject

Borderlands - Images of Suburbia