To go through the symptoms of this illness or watch

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To go through the symptoms of this illness, or watch someone close to you go through the symptoms is terrible.That is what I believe Bronson was trying to visually communicate with his audience. Medium: Mixed Media: Burned furniture, frames, boxes, charcoal and cast glass. Artist’s Name: Allison Hyde Museum: Tacoma Art Museum Title: Mourning the Ephemeral Date: 2012 I absolutely love this art piece! I couldn’t keep my eyes off of it, and I had goosebumps looking upon the burned furniture. It amazed me how she took the horrors of an awful experience and formed it into beautiful art! The furniture she used had a look of being an heirloom which gave Ibrahim 3
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the piece a memorable feel. It wasn’t just burnt furniture we were gazing at, it was a generation of memories that were all stacked upon each other. Hyde’s installation also interacts with Richard Rhodes untitled sculpture that he refers to as “stone wave”. The “stone wave” gives Hyde’s installation an appearance of rhythm, because Rhode’s untitled sculpture is not flat. In fact, Rhodes designed his art piece to look like water in a fishbowl. The glass walls that surround the perimeter of her installation gives the illusion that piece is repetitious. With all of that being said, Hyde’s installation looks like a company of burnt furniture floating on a concrete wave; it is amazing. This art work is asymmetrical balance since the viewer’s right side visually weighs more than the left. The burnt furniture forms unity since
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