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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Helen B, Jan 25, 2008.

  1. Helen B

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    Crazy surreal. I love the two layers (inside and outside the window), and the differences in lighting and color (although it's all bluish!) Reflects the nature of looking at art. While we watch the process of a man viewing/filming something we are aware that we are viewing a conscious work and from then on it's like staring down a rabbit hole, looking into the window, back at the man with the camera, then the image as a whole. One of the things I love about it is the way it blends. There's a lack of clear definition (it's even hard at first to see the outline of the window) and as a result it's like all the pieces are falling into one another, blurring and obscuring the different levels.
     

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