Exploring the layers of identity
August 12, 2015 Art, Photography art, Meryl McMaster 0
For her Second photography series, Canadian artist Meryl McMaster asked her subjects to blindly draw single-line contour outlines of their faces, which she then sculpted into wire masks. Worn over their skin, all painted a ghostly and theatrical white, the large-scale portraits consider the construction and perception of identity.
The beauty in strange things ….
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“There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception”
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