Dead Media by Noah Scalin

Anamorphosis, Skull, Video 11 March 2013 1 Comment

Noah Scalin likes skulls.  He is the founder of the Skull-A-Day project.  Now in its sixth year, the project features a new image of a skull every day.  In 2012, Scalin created the following anamorphic skull using 497 VHS cassette tapes as a commission of the TCC Visual Arts Center in Tidewater Virginia.  The skull only appears to be “correct” when viewed from one vantage point.

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One Response on “Dead Media by Noah Scalin”

  1. Barbara Barron says:

    brilliant art and music, mixed media at its best.

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