Rebecca Saks

Bruce Munro - Field of Light
Helped install this beauty in St. Andrews Square and was rewarded with free champagne in Harvey Nicks. 

(Source: brucemunro.co.uk)

New pose, new piece, coming soon…

Thinking about how the shape of the void might become less like an extrusion, more fitted to the form. The slight variations of line are more descriptive of the curves of the body. A rough version of how this might look moulded in wire. 

In yoga sequences the body is constantly in motion. Filling the negative space of a specific pose fills that moment in time, and then is no longer relevant. The construction of a form in the negative space of the body creates an ephemeral dimension, from which the body disconnects with the next movement. This illustration of intangible empty space creates a physical and spatial awareness of the temporary. The delicate purity of white – so difficult to sustain, highlights the transience of the moment. View high resolution

In yoga sequences the body is constantly in motion. Filling the negative space of a specific pose fills that moment in time, and then is no longer relevant. The construction of a form in the negative space of the body creates an ephemeral dimension, from which the body disconnects with the next movement. This illustration of intangible empty space creates a physical and spatial awareness of the temporary. The delicate purity of white – so difficult to sustain, highlights the transience of the moment.

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