His most recent “No Shadow” series is inspired by the interconnectedness of light and shadow and how they can be manipulated and controlled. Tojiki begins his creative process by breaking down the light and the shadow to capture the essence of their symbiosis resulting in fleeting images that are as ephemeral and enigmatic as shadow itself.
Archive for February, 2012
It turns out this multiple exposure shot by Ho-Yeol Ryu of planes taking off at Hanover Airport is actually fake (thanks to some thrilling investigation of runway positioning and relative aircraft size), but it’s still a great image:
Charlotte Young is an artist. However, she also has the sense of self-awareness that most of her conceited colleagues lack, so her’s is great:
If you’ve already created your own boundary-destroying modern art, but are having trouble giving voice to the swirling maelstrom that is your raison d’etre, the Arty Bollocks Generator is the the tool for you.
My automatically generated statement perfectly captured the angst and melancholia that sparked my creative resurgence:
My work explores the relationship between emerging sexualities and midlife subcultures.
With influences as diverse as Nietzsche and L Ron Hubbard, new combinations are created from both orderly and random discourse.
Ever since I was a postgraduate I have been fascinated by the unrelenting divergence of the universe. What starts out as hope soon becomes manipulated into a carnival of power, leaving only a sense of failing and the unlikelihood of a new order.
As shimmering replicas become frozen through undefined and academic practice, the viewer is left with a new agenda of the edges of our existence.