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Collages Of Strange 3D Human Forms Suspended In Glass
By Amanda Mok, 11 Mar 2014
Brooklyn-based contemporary artist Dustin Yellin has a new series entitled ‘Psychogeographies’.
He arranges thousands of bits of paper onto several layers of glass to form life-sized human being silhouettes. When the layers are put together to form a glass block, the silhouettes look as if they come alive in 3D, suspended in a tank.
When viewed up close, there is an abstract beauty to the seemingly random bits of rainbow-colored paper that form a comprehensive image, but when regarded from afar, there is a certain coldness like the lifeless forms in a biology lab.
Check out the artwork below.
[via Dustin Yellin, images via Juxtapoz]
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