Beyond Glass

In Lyn Gaza’s photo series Beyond Glass, she uses the metaphor of transparency to blur the relationship between the internal and external life of the individual. By placing a layer of diffusion between the viewer and the figure, an impression of seeing through what is usually on the surface is created. This device forms a new context for the body to be wrapped in, a method for seeing under the skin, exposing the psychological reality that is usually hidden from the outside world. These photos provided inspiration for some of the imagery in Blood Red Lost Head Dead Falcon:  The Nibelungen. Artist Oilly Oowen collaborated with modeling expertise.

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