Wire Mesh Portraits by Seth Wulsin

Brooklyn-based artist Seth Wulsin created these three-dimensional installations of portraits that appear across several mesh screens for his series entitled 'Ánimas'.

"Ánimas explore the interior dimensions of mind and soul in the embodied physicality of space. In Spanish the word anima means soul; its root are means to breath."

"Each sculpture has three kinds of inter-dimensional space that all occupy the same spatial coordinates: the concrete, volumetric space of the screens; the pictorial/volumetric space of the images produced by the paint on the screens; and the optical interference generated between the screen grids when two or more planes overlap (without coinciding), an optically real, but tactically non-existent space."

If you like this kind of art, you might want to check the artworks of Seung Mo Park here.

Check his website: http://www.sethwulsin.com/


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