ghostly expressions leak through covered faces by ana de orbegoso
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feb 07, 2013
ghostly expressions leak through covered faces by ana de orbegoso



‘rosario’ by ana de orbegoso
image courtesy the artist

 

 

 

ana de orbegoso: paralleling narratives
crossing art, new york
on now through to the 10th of february, 2013

 


new york-based artist ana de orbegoso presents her opus titled ‘invisible walls’ in an exhibition titled ‘paralleling narratives’ – a photographic exploration of the barriers which have become embedded into the essence of human beings. the composite images depict the hazy contours of an expression leaking through a hand-covered face – each person’s own diaphanous hands symbolizing their own individual, barely perceptible, barrier. this project is about those ‘invisible walls’ that disconnect us both from each other and from different aspects within ourselves -  walls of our own making that are so intimate, so necessary, that they grow to become a fundamental part of us. the work is currently being shown at crossing art in new york until the 10th of february, 2013.

 

 


‘hans’
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‘martha’
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‘melita’
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‘sebastien’
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