Holes Drilled through Studio Wall

Art installation by James Nizam (3)
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This post’s title is self-explanatory for the first image—it is part of a photo series entitled “Trace Heavens” by James Nizam. The majority of his works “were created in a darkened studio space where small mirrors were fastened to ball joints for easy pivoting, perfect for manipulating the light streaming through holes in the walls.” [1]

See also: “Dizzy Upside Down Rooms.”

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Art installation by James Nizam (2) Art installation by James Nizam (4) Art installation by James Nizam (1)
1. Nader, Mariam. "James Nizam: Chasing the Sun." Canadian Art. Retrieved on May 9th, 2012.

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