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Booth #101Naomi White: Wind as a Metaphor

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Gallery: The Contemporary Art Modern Project

Art fair: Scope Art Fair

Artist: Naomi White

Using the wind as a metaphor for both uncertainty and hope, plastic packaging is set adrift, menacing travelers from the sky as they drive down the road. Wind turbines and electricity towers form familiar interruptions in the landscape, signs of modernity and convenience, edifices which entrap wayward debris.
Distant and invisible forces have such profound affect on our lives and the lives of our children, individually and collectively.

Using the wind as a metaphor for both uncertainty and hope, plastic packaging is set adrift, menacing travelers from the sky as they drive down the road. Wind turbines and electricity towers form familiar interruptions in the landscape, signs of modernity and convenience, edifices which entrap wayward debris.
Distant and invisible forces have such profound affect on our lives and the lives of our children, individually and collectively.


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