“A Sort of Blindness, A Sort of Sight” by Photographer Jaclyn Kolev Brown
Jaclyn Kolev Brown is an artist and photographer basically based mostly in Richmond, Virginia, the put she teaches images at Virginia Commonwealth School. Strolling the street between actuality and surrealism, her work regularly emanates from a central theme of questioning id.
“A Roughly Blindness, A Roughly Accumulate out about” explores the connection between religion and word. “Faith is a centered blueprint of seeing that on a traditional foundation appears to be like previous the prevailing or actuality right into a hopeful, future-oriented, and abstract site,” Brown explains. “Nonetheless, religion may moreover lead a particular person to disregard the prevailing actuality, and subsequently be seen as a slender blueprint of seeing or perhaps a beget of blindness.” Bringing collectively fragmentary photographs, the sequence mirrors this small perspective, whereas concurrently hinting at a elevated that blueprint, past what’s immediately apparent, all through the utilization of symbols and a collective delusion.
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