Socrates Sculpture Park

Nataliya Slinko


Exhibition: Vista, 2011

Anti-Flare, 2011
Wood, metal, foam, concrete
24’ x 2’ x 2’

Examining the intricate relationship between illusory and lived experience, this sculpture mimics the phenomena of an optical flare through a large-scale, tantalizingly polished plastic form. Once considered a flaw in early photography, the optical flare has become a signifier of authenticity in CGI and digital photography. Installed within the natural Park setting, this sculpture conflates the real landscape with an optical phenomenon.

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