Floating Forms

Mirrored Forms
« 1 of 3 »

The following images are a triptych, it’s subjects consisting of industry, war, and corporation. The effect of mirroring and transforming serves to isolate the subject as a whole, creating a single, tangible form that can be viewed.

Check out Nathan Beausoleil’s website for more of his work.

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recent Posts

Her Pity Party (But Also Mine)

When we were sixteen, Lorde and I existed in worlds too small for our souls. We were restless. We wasted...

Life, Life: async and the Legacy of Ryuichi Sakamoto

“Because we don't know when we will die, we get to think of life as an inexhaustible well. Yet everything...

Goodbye to the Media Club

On Saturday July 17th, the Media Club will be hosting one of its final events before it is converted into...

Giving Mac Another Crack

On Mac Demarco and Change With his ceaselessly playful demeanour, Mac DeMarco currently stands as alternative music’s Goof-in-Residence. His combination...

After Laughter, After Angst

Paramore’s latest album, After Laughter, was released this spring. I avoided listening to it for weeks, despite my friends’ recommendations...

Vancouver Tenants Union: Direct Action for Affordable Housing

On April 29th, a group of diverse Vancouverites came together in the basement of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, located off...

Reviewing Hang by Foxygen

Sam France and Jonathan Rando have never been known for their subtlety. The duo known as Foxygen wear their influences...

Review: Com Truise at The Imperial

Com Truise Friday May 5, 2017 @ The Imperial People constantly romanticize the past. Whether or not we have a personal connection...