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Oscar Santillan: Daybreak, visual installation

South American artist Oscar Santillan plays with shadows as his artwork focuses on creating ornate window installation right on the wall of the gallery.

The installation entitled Daybreak is created through a sanding process where the artist sands paint off the wall and uses the powder that falls off to create the floor shadow replica. This technique is not only clever, but it is an extremely simple and effective way to make use of as little material as possible.

His work plays with optical illusions as well as with light, shadows and perspective. The results are beautiful and intricate windows, that would most likely be seen in cathedrals. Just like the way sun and light shines through windows and emanates a shadow, Oscar Santillan effectively accomplishes this with his beautiful pieces

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Why you think we call it 6th Boro?

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Why you think we call it 6th Boro?

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The Streets Of Braam // JHB
2014

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The Streets Of Braam // JHB

2014

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By Van Styles

 

By Van Styles

iloveoldmagazines:

Ebony
1977 Vol. 32, No. 10

iloveoldmagazines:

Ebony

1977 Vol. 32, No. 10

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