The camera obscura is one of the world’s oldest, simplest devices, dating back at least to the times of Aristotle. It’s a dark box (or room) with a hole drilled in one side. When light shines through this hole, it projects a perfect image from the outside world that has been flipped upside down. Chris Fraser installation

The camera obscura is one of the world’s oldest, simplest devices, dating back at least to the times of Aristotle. It’s a dark box (or room) with a hole drilled in one side. When light shines through this hole, it projects a perfect image from the outside world that has been flipped upside down. Chris Fraser installation

via BKLYN contessa :: from shop greige :: deep blue :: giclee on canvas ::  47x59" :: $489 + freight

via BKLYN contessa :: from shop greige :: deep blue :: giclee on canvas :: 47x59" :: $489 + freight

Fiona Banner: Nude Beam, 2007, Indian ink on wall, 670 x 769 cm, Installed at The Power Plant, Toronto

Fiona Banner: Nude Beam, 2007, Indian ink on wall, 670 x 769 cm, Installed at The Power Plant, Toronto

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