I did this photo project in an attempt to assign an identity to an ambiguous form. I used the shadows of skulls because that way the detail in the background could inform the viewer about the character. This set is called “Gloria shows us her flowers”.
Last thought: “The does will go nuts when they see me rear up against this fiery backdrop—”
Through a camera installed on the ceiling Menno Aden abstracts most familiar actual living environments and indoor public spaces into flattened two-dimensional scale models. These birds-eye-view photographs capture a unique perspective on rooms, compared to the perfectly neat and tidy interior photos we are so used to seeing.
What if you went to this place at night and somewhere amongst the sea of red boxes a telephone started to ring?
Pick it up. It’s for you.