Panopticon #9 - Limited Edition 1 of 20


Serbia

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Size: 11 H x 16.5 W x 0.2 in

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Art Description

Photography: Color, Digital and C-type on Paper and Other.

The project was named after the social theory Panopticon originally developed by French philosopher Michel Foucault in his book Discipline and Punish. The >Panopticon< refers to an experimental laboratory of power in which behavior could be modified, and Foucault viewed the Panopticon as a symbol of the repressive, disciplinary society of surveillance. Once when we were institutionalized we always have a feeling we are observed and that we have to behave by certain patterns. I took photographs of abandoned institutions that are parabolically representing abandoned individuals from the institutional system.

Keywords: Graffiti, Color Photography, Conceptual, Hallway, Saatchi Art

Subjects: Architecture

Styles: Conceptual

Mediums: Color, Digital, C-type

Materials: Paper, Other

Prints: Architecture Art Prints, Conceptual Art Prints, Color Art Prints, Digital Art Prints, C-type Art Prints, Paper Art Prints, Other Art Prints

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