As you probably suspected from my last posts, one of the projects I was talking about has to do with the sky. The earthly sky, portrayed as seen from both the lower and the upper edge. Each diptych in the series functions as a mirror where the two instances of the same sky partially interfere and complete one another. This way, the image of the sky is recreated as a whole, but on the vertical axis that is not naturally accessible to the human eye. Whilst exposing our limits, the visual metaphor also institutes us as part in something bigger: the great vertical, the axis that keeps our world placed in the Universe.
These are four diptychs from Minor Earth, Major Sky © Mishu Vass. All Rights Reserved.
More to follow. Enjoy.