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C-Print, Archival pigment print on acid free fine art paper
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About the art
The Rubble series examines the way that we traditionally view debris and discarded material in our immediate environment. Created during quarantine while isolated and removed from my studio, the Rubble series evolved from a desire to capture the impermanence of passing strands of light on everyday natural forms. Focusing on these constantly changing forms was my way of quieting the constant internal chaos from the state of the outside world. I used found pieces of rock, shards of concrete, broken bricks, and whatever other rock forms I could find in my immediate environment to source the materials for this series. The Rubble series explores how removing identity and societal bias of a subject and focusing on the constantly changing surface and form of these organic objects can change how we view the world around us. Each sculptural piece is entirely unique, using a reverse casting method I developed to extract the organic form of the rubble.
For me, all subjects exist as fluid, their surfaces ever-changing by way of variations in light, time, and perspective. Through my photographic work, created entirely without digital manipulation, I aim to highlight the unique combinations of these factors that give life and soul to the surrounding atmosphere and to the present moment. At the core of my work I explore how these variables along with the differences in our subjective perspective define the unique feelings we associate with commonplace subjects.
Hometown: Chicago, IL
Based in: Brooklyn, NY
Kobi Walsh is a Brooklyn-based multi-disciplinary visual artist whose work investigates the relationship between light, space, and time in order to communicate the subjectivity of the present moment and the constancy of change. He captures intricate impressionistic fragments of light and time in order to parallel the fragile nature of …
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