The Dead Zone Gallery Exhibit Portrays Art as a Motion Picture

By: Gil Haddi - Published: Mar 21, 2013 • References: nudashank & beautifuldecay
The Nudashank Gallery in Baltimore creatively decided to showcase its latest gallery exhibit as a new major motion picture about the future entitled 'Dead Zone.'

Each installation artwork is its own captivating scene full of hints at how the artist perceives the future and what lies ahead, while the materials were listed in order of appearance as the actors starring in the film. This portrayal of art places an emphasis on the vision of the artist as well as the importance of every single element of the design, down to the wires and electric tape used in the pieces.

Those who frequent art galleries may be able to recognize the feeling of continuity that flows from each piece to the next as achieved in this Nudashank gallery exhibit. Stats for Action Film-Inspired Installations Trending: Older & Chilly
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