Joe Fenton is a London based artist that works mainly in monochrome. His large drawings are produced using graphite, ink and acrylics on paper.
Joe’s art work is influenced by many of the early surrealists. Embracing the grotesque by his employment of Hieronymus Bosch like figures that are gangly, writhing and cramped.
Es de una película. It’s a kind of a funny story.
“Dancing Colours” is a great series by Zurich-based photographer Fabian Oefner who tried to create a bridge between acoustics and the visual world by making sound waves visible. He used regular salt that he coloured with pigments on a speaker and then turned on the music to create vibrations that lifted the whole in the air. In order to capture these very moments, he attached a microphone to a flash system that triggered when picking up sounds.