Invention of a Landscape

Shadow 29 June 2015 0 Comments

Fred Eerdekens mainly works in three dimensions with the following components – language, material, light, and shadow.  In 2014, he created the following piece using bent copper and a light source.  The shadow formed by the twisted copper when light is shined on it from the right angle reveals the cursive phrase “Invention of a landscape”.

Invention of a Landscape

For another nice art piece created using shadow, be sure to revisit the Shadow Art of Teodosio Sectio Aurea.

(via Fred Eerdekens)

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