Modern Still Live?

HEY WHATS UP GUYS

First of all: Happy First Advent! Although this post is not about Christmas, I wanted to mention that I’m already so in a Christmas mood it’s wonderful. And guess what; there was the first little tiny bit of snow over here!

Okay whatever. What this post is actually about is Evan Robarts art. I don’t have a special occasion or one special overall theme to summarize his art but- or maybe because of that -his work really fascinated me. We are dealing with still life in our arts lesson at school right now. Maybe this is what I connect with the pictures, but in a very positive and modern way!

His compilation of objects all represent a certain movement and action. But the way they are arranged makes them look more static and this gives the work a special tension because that situation appears so forced…
At least in my opinion but just take a look at them and feel free to tell me how you would interpret them or whether you agree with me or not.

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Detail of Atom (Installation). 2009Balls, barrel strapping, bike chainDimensions Vary

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LOOK AT MORE PICTURES: http://evanrobarts.com/

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3 responses to “Modern Still Live?

  1. He is very unique , and when i was looking throught the Photographs it reminded me of food, when you wouldnt think of putting ingredients together but it works AMAZINGLY!!! x And I agree with you totally I couldnt of put it a better way myself !!! x

    • actually the comparison with the food seems funny first but when I think over it, it’s actually very good! just the television would never have such an effect. haha very good thought thanks for telling ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Wow, these are great arts! Like them! ๐Ÿ™‚

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