These images explore the concept of relativity by asking the viewer to desribe their vision, equalizing them with creator through the implication of abstract shapes.
Smoke is a simple product of incense and light, but perception makes it greater. Interactivity with the viewer is key to this project, as they have the opportunity via comment on the website to leave feedback describing their perspective on each image. What do you see?
- Pushing The Boundaries Art Seed Studios, Spokane WA
- Lights Out: An Experimental Multimedia Experience Houston TX
- Hillyard Public Library Spokane WA
In their physical display, each image in the Smoke collection includes a QR code, which the viewer can use to access a comment space online and leave their feedback for the image.
Growing up poor in the American south made introspection a natural subject. Today, Christian Freet is developing the connection between personality and his past, condensing recent self-awareness into imagery, literature, video, and performance.
Throughout development of her artistic practice including photography, painting, literature, and sculpture, Myesha Callahan Freet has focused on the deeply personal, deriving from her mischaracterization by those around her.