SALE! Start your year with EBSQ for just $6.50/month! Click here for details.

Art Show: One-Word Concept: Deconstructed

I AM NOT WHAT I APPEAR TO BE

by Virginia Ann Zuelsdorf

Banner for One-Word Concept: Deconstructed art show

comments ()  
   
Art: I AM NOT WHAT I APPEAR TO BE by Artist Virginia Ann Zuelsdorf
This piece is a photograph of my deconstructed photographs. I tore and cut various photos to bits and then constructed a new image.

Back in the days before I even knew Photoshop existed, I did this collage with parts of various photographs. My face appears atop my then-boyfriend's body. It appears as if his/her hands are holding a pumpkin. The tape is visible and it is all surrounded by my favorite jacket.

I then photographed this little still life of photos that I put together. What does it mean? Jumbled thoughts of jealousy and narcissism, kinky things and giant pumpkins and my all-time favorite jacket making it all safe. These things are subconsciously or consciously in the piece. Taken together, it is really a self-portrait.


Comments

By commenting, you agree to our Community Guidelines.


Search EBSQ

Loading

EBSQ in a Nutshell

EBSQ is an online community for artists who want to take control of their own art careers. We're a hub where you can house your full portfolio, link to all of your online venues, easily establish the provenance of your work with our Digital Certificate of Authenticity tools, and connect with a global art community.

Click here to learn more about the benefits of EBSQ membership

Community Recommended

Validate an EBSQ COA

Main COA Page

* Use only numbers 0-9 and letters A-F.


2000-2017 EBSQ, LLC - All rights reserved - Original artists retain all rights
EBSQ Self Representing Artists - is a division of EBSQ, LLC
ladylike-spiral