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  • Art. photography. For Example: emma walker

    29.05.2012

    emma walker

    photography

    The Practice of Emma Walker is based on the exploration into the relationships between the Human and the Natural World, the work is often an examination of the destructive and controlling power that contemporary society seems to hold over the Natural world. The work investigates the concepts of beauty and wonderment that we often find surrounds the subject of nature, at times it also touches on themes such as the sublime, science and even surrealism.

    The study of Nature as the premise for the practice comes from the artist’s personal fascination with the wonders of the Natural world. The beauty of Nature is but only a small facet of this fascination, the simplicity and complexity, the freedom, the diversity, the state of being unrestrained from thought or feeling and the extraordinary possibility and capability of life, are all things the artist attempts to address within her work, however subtly they may be visualized.

    The series ‘An Assemblage of Improbable Insects’ and ‘An Assemblage of ‘Improbable’ Flowers’ are intended to be a puzzle of perception as well as a conceptual observation of the nature of science in contemporary society. The images seem to, at first, appear to show startling new realities and scientific revelations in the form of unrecognizable insects, in reality they are physically manufactured creatures, created by dissecting and reassembling taxidermy insects and hot house flowers to create beautiful, yet perhaps ethically wrong, new species.

    The series intends to demonstrate the perversion of science, and articulate the idea that humanity has an unsettling and destructive thirst for knowledge and destructive attitude towards the Natural world. By imitating how within science, and even society, we can seem to carefully, yet carelessly, dissect life in order to understand it and even control it. Whether it is to simply understand how something works, to master something, or part of our continuing endeavor to understand the meaning of life.

    www.ekwalker.com
  • Art. photography. For Example: emma walker

    29.05.2012

    emma walker

    photography

    The Practice of Emma Walker is based on the exploration into the relationships between the Human and the Natural World, the work is often an examination of the destructive and controlling power that contemporary society seems to hold over the Natural world. The work investigates the concepts of beauty and wonderment that we often find surrounds the subject of nature, at times it also touches on themes such as the sublime, science and even surrealism.

    The study of Nature as the premise for the practice comes from the artist’s personal fascination with the wonders of the Natural world. The beauty of Nature is but only a small facet of this fascination, the simplicity and complexity, the freedom, the diversity, the state of being unrestrained from thought or feeling and the extraordinary possibility and capability of life, are all things the artist attempts to address within her work, however subtly they may be visualized.

    The series ‘An Assemblage of Improbable Insects’ and ‘An Assemblage of ‘Improbable’ Flowers’ are intended to be a puzzle of perception as well as a conceptual observation of the nature of science in contemporary society. The images seem to, at first, appear to show startling new realities and scientific revelations in the form of unrecognizable insects, in reality they are physically manufactured creatures, created by dissecting and reassembling taxidermy insects and hot house flowers to create beautiful, yet perhaps ethically wrong, new species.

    The series intends to demonstrate the perversion of science, and articulate the idea that humanity has an unsettling and destructive thirst for knowledge and destructive attitude towards the Natural world. By imitating how within science, and even society, we can seem to carefully, yet carelessly, dissect life in order to understand it and even control it. Whether it is to simply understand how something works, to master something, or part of our continuing endeavor to understand the meaning of life.

    www.ekwalker.com
  • Art. photography. For Example: emma walker

    29.05.2012

    emma walker

    photography

    The Practice of Emma Walker is based on the exploration into the relationships between the Human and the Natural World, the work is often an examination of the destructive and controlling power that contemporary society seems to hold over the Natural world. The work investigates the concepts of beauty and wonderment that we often find surrounds the subject of nature, at times it also touches on themes such as the sublime, science and even surrealism.

    The study of Nature as the premise for the practice comes from the artist’s personal fascination with the wonders of the Natural world. The beauty of Nature is but only a small facet of this fascination, the simplicity and complexity, the freedom, the diversity, the state of being unrestrained from thought or feeling and the extraordinary possibility and capability of life, are all things the artist attempts to address within her work, however subtly they may be visualized.

    The series ‘An Assemblage of Improbable Insects’ and ‘An Assemblage of ‘Improbable’ Flowers’ are intended to be a puzzle of perception as well as a conceptual observation of the nature of science in contemporary society. The images seem to, at first, appear to show startling new realities and scientific revelations in the form of unrecognizable insects, in reality they are physically manufactured creatures, created by dissecting and reassembling taxidermy insects and hot house flowers to create beautiful, yet perhaps ethically wrong, new species.

    The series intends to demonstrate the perversion of science, and articulate the idea that humanity has an unsettling and destructive thirst for knowledge and destructive attitude towards the Natural world. By imitating how within science, and even society, we can seem to carefully, yet carelessly, dissect life in order to understand it and even control it. Whether it is to simply understand how something works, to master something, or part of our continuing endeavor to understand the meaning of life.

    www.ekwalker.com
  • Art. photography. For Example: emma walker

    29.05.2012

    emma walker

    photography

    The Practice of Emma Walker is based on the exploration into the relationships between the Human and the Natural World, the work is often an examination of the destructive and controlling power that contemporary society seems to hold over the Natural world. The work investigates the concepts of beauty and wonderment that we often find surrounds the subject of nature, at times it also touches on themes such as the sublime, science and even surrealism.

    The study of Nature as the premise for the practice comes from the artist’s personal fascination with the wonders of the Natural world. The beauty of Nature is but only a small facet of this fascination, the simplicity and complexity, the freedom, the diversity, the state of being unrestrained from thought or feeling and the extraordinary possibility and capability of life, are all things the artist attempts to address within her work, however subtly they may be visualized.

    The series ‘An Assemblage of Improbable Insects’ and ‘An Assemblage of ‘Improbable’ Flowers’ are intended to be a puzzle of perception as well as a conceptual observation of the nature of science in contemporary society. The images seem to, at first, appear to show startling new realities and scientific revelations in the form of unrecognizable insects, in reality they are physically manufactured creatures, created by dissecting and reassembling taxidermy insects and hot house flowers to create beautiful, yet perhaps ethically wrong, new species.

    The series intends to demonstrate the perversion of science, and articulate the idea that humanity has an unsettling and destructive thirst for knowledge and destructive attitude towards the Natural world. By imitating how within science, and even society, we can seem to carefully, yet carelessly, dissect life in order to understand it and even control it. Whether it is to simply understand how something works, to master something, or part of our continuing endeavor to understand the meaning of life.

    www.ekwalker.com
  • Art. photography. For Example: emma walker

    29.05.2012

    emma walker

    photography

    The Practice of Emma Walker is based on the exploration into the relationships between the Human and the Natural World, the work is often an examination of the destructive and controlling power that contemporary society seems to hold over the Natural world. The work investigates the concepts of beauty and wonderment that we often find surrounds the subject of nature, at times it also touches on themes such as the sublime, science and even surrealism.

    The study of Nature as the premise for the practice comes from the artist’s personal fascination with the wonders of the Natural world. The beauty of Nature is but only a small facet of this fascination, the simplicity and complexity, the freedom, the diversity, the state of being unrestrained from thought or feeling and the extraordinary possibility and capability of life, are all things the artist attempts to address within her work, however subtly they may be visualized.

    The series ‘An Assemblage of Improbable Insects’ and ‘An Assemblage of ‘Improbable’ Flowers’ are intended to be a puzzle of perception as well as a conceptual observation of the nature of science in contemporary society. The images seem to, at first, appear to show startling new realities and scientific revelations in the form of unrecognizable insects, in reality they are physically manufactured creatures, created by dissecting and reassembling taxidermy insects and hot house flowers to create beautiful, yet perhaps ethically wrong, new species.

    The series intends to demonstrate the perversion of science, and articulate the idea that humanity has an unsettling and destructive thirst for knowledge and destructive attitude towards the Natural world. By imitating how within science, and even society, we can seem to carefully, yet carelessly, dissect life in order to understand it and even control it. Whether it is to simply understand how something works, to master something, or part of our continuing endeavor to understand the meaning of life.

    www.ekwalker.com
  • Art. photography. For Example: emma walker

    29.05.2012

    emma walker

    photography

    The Practice of Emma Walker is based on the exploration into the relationships between the Human and the Natural World, the work is often an examination of the destructive and controlling power that contemporary society seems to hold over the Natural world. The work investigates the concepts of beauty and wonderment that we often find surrounds the subject of nature, at times it also touches on themes such as the sublime, science and even surrealism.

    The study of Nature as the premise for the practice comes from the artist’s personal fascination with the wonders of the Natural world. The beauty of Nature is but only a small facet of this fascination, the simplicity and complexity, the freedom, the diversity, the state of being unrestrained from thought or feeling and the extraordinary possibility and capability of life, are all things the artist attempts to address within her work, however subtly they may be visualized.

    The series ‘An Assemblage of Improbable Insects’ and ‘An Assemblage of ‘Improbable’ Flowers’ are intended to be a puzzle of perception as well as a conceptual observation of the nature of science in contemporary society. The images seem to, at first, appear to show startling new realities and scientific revelations in the form of unrecognizable insects, in reality they are physically manufactured creatures, created by dissecting and reassembling taxidermy insects and hot house flowers to create beautiful, yet perhaps ethically wrong, new species.

    The series intends to demonstrate the perversion of science, and articulate the idea that humanity has an unsettling and destructive thirst for knowledge and destructive attitude towards the Natural world. By imitating how within science, and even society, we can seem to carefully, yet carelessly, dissect life in order to understand it and even control it. Whether it is to simply understand how something works, to master something, or part of our continuing endeavor to understand the meaning of life.

    www.ekwalker.com
  • Art. photography. For Example: emma walker

    29.05.2012

    emma walker

    photography

    The Practice of Emma Walker is based on the exploration into the relationships between the Human and the Natural World, the work is often an examination of the destructive and controlling power that contemporary society seems to hold over the Natural world. The work investigates the concepts of beauty and wonderment that we often find surrounds the subject of nature, at times it also touches on themes such as the sublime, science and even surrealism.

    The study of Nature as the premise for the practice comes from the artist’s personal fascination with the wonders of the Natural world. The beauty of Nature is but only a small facet of this fascination, the simplicity and complexity, the freedom, the diversity, the state of being unrestrained from thought or feeling and the extraordinary possibility and capability of life, are all things the artist attempts to address within her work, however subtly they may be visualized.

    The series ‘An Assemblage of Improbable Insects’ and ‘An Assemblage of ‘Improbable’ Flowers’ are intended to be a puzzle of perception as well as a conceptual observation of the nature of science in contemporary society. The images seem to, at first, appear to show startling new realities and scientific revelations in the form of unrecognizable insects, in reality they are physically manufactured creatures, created by dissecting and reassembling taxidermy insects and hot house flowers to create beautiful, yet perhaps ethically wrong, new species.

    The series intends to demonstrate the perversion of science, and articulate the idea that humanity has an unsettling and destructive thirst for knowledge and destructive attitude towards the Natural world. By imitating how within science, and even society, we can seem to carefully, yet carelessly, dissect life in order to understand it and even control it. Whether it is to simply understand how something works, to master something, or part of our continuing endeavor to understand the meaning of life.

    www.ekwalker.com
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