There is something in a human face that always makes us want to look at it. It also ties in with us being voyeuristic in a sense. Every face tells something about an individual, it can show what is above the surface it can also show what is under.
We are flooded by technology today, the internet, blogging, taking video with our camera phones or social networking sites. No matter how we look at the human face it is fascinating. The emotions behind the computer are what drives this project. We hide behind them, what would happen if we have a camera set to take pictures throughout the day and capture our emotions on the computer.
The Many Face
Hey all - Its been some time, yet again. As you might know I go in spurts and I go in creative waves. Well this past weekend I have been really gung ho on getting back to photography. I went ahead and bought myself some lighting equipment and started shooting some imagery and writing down some ideas that I have for projects. I would like to get back into photography again and getting into galleries and doing the whole exhibition routine again. I have added a new piece to my gallery and more will come. Enjoy and let me know your thoughts. http://insomnia69.deviantart.com/art/Abstract-1-66945919
Talk to everyone soon...
Hello all, I am never entirely certain on the purpose of my Blog. I want to have a place to put my philosophical rants or better yet to serve my vanity could be a more plausible explanation. I would not really call myself a philosopher more than I would an artist in general. The task of 'thinking' is always a primary mode while thinking of art pieces. I enjoyed philosophy but I don't think I want to make a big philosophical statement for all my art pieces. My pictures and art are just a vent or a channel, produced by my mind to communicate to the outside world. Yet I have an interest in all art forms, literature, music, paintings and what not