Cement Bleak by Isaac Cordal

Shadows on the walls and the ground.
Shadows of sadness and relentless reality of the silence,
and the vast gazes through the night, without a sound…

These manipulated metal cooking strainers are the canvas of an extraordinary artist called Isaac Cordal, who also initiated this street intervention for the first time in Dalston, London in a couple of years before… And after a series of improvement flavoured transformation, here we have the Cement Bleak…

They are three. They are three strainers. They are three strainer sculptures and they are leading the investigation of Isaac for the representation of the human face by reinterpreting three dimensional spaces with the help of digital mapping. Or with another words, ‘interested in using Lo-fi technologies to create complex results arguing about the abuse of usage we make with new technologies in many cases’…

Hope you all like this impressive peace of mind…

Source: designboom

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