Nihilistic Optimistic: New Shadow Sculptures Built from Discarded Wood from Tim Noble and Sue Webster
Nihilistic Optimistic: New Shadow Sculptures Built from Discarded Wood from Tim Noble and Sue Webster. Tim Noble and Sue Webster take common things such as junk, to make assemblages and then point light to make estimated shadows which show a great similarity to something recognizable such as self-portraits. The art of projector screen is outstanding of major art. The procedure of modification, from removed spend, discarded steel or even taxidermy creatures to a recognizable picture, reflects the concept of ‘perceptual psychology’ a way of assessment used for emotional sufferers. This duo are acquainted with this procedure and how people assess abstract. Throughout their professions they have performed with the concept of how people understand summary pictures and determine them with significance. The result is amazing and highly effective as it redefines how abstract can convert into figurative ones.