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Whether you are religious, spiritual, an atheist or scientist, everyone agrees that water is the source of life, if not life itself. Every living thing on our planet originated from water. We are sustained by its vital combination of hydrogen and oxygen in a perfect ratio of two-to-one. And it was in water that man first saw his reflection, had his first glimpse of his existence. But we cannot actually see water. It is clear. What we see when we look at water is light reflected off its surface. Water is – always has been -- unseeable… until now. This project is the first time you will see water. Moses Hacmon’s FACES OF WATER is part art, part science, part spiritual awakening. It is a breathtaking, haunting collection of photographic images of water that transforms and advances our understanding of this life-giving substance, exposes a layer of reality previously hidden from sight.


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Moses Hacmon
FacesOfWater Los-Angeles CA

Moses Hacmon is a collaborative artist, photographer and architect who strives to bring forth the ethereal and evocative in all mediums of his work. Constructing artistic relationships with his surroundings, Moses has turned his life into his artwork. His life's main interest is the constant creation of physical objects that represent the spirit of the present time and space. He has been trained as a sculptor in Israel and as an architect in Los Angeles (Southern California Institute of Architecture, AIA honors award recipient, 2006).

Fecha de publicación  03 de noviembre de 2013

Dimensiones  Comercial  60 páginas Impresión en color (en papel no estucado blanco)

Categoría  Arte y fotografía

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