The Linea de Horizonte art installation revolves around a morphing line of mannequin heads. Visually striking, the white busts are mounted on a white gallery wall, which gives it an eerie vibe that will captivate people instantly. Yet what makes the installation particularly intriguing is viewing the evolution of the faces from one end of the spectrum to the other.
Created by Javier Perez, an artist born in Bilboa, Spain, the Linea de Horizonte art installation is made up of 60 heads that gradually morph into (and out of) detail from one end to the next. This Is Colossal writes, "The multidisciplinary artist frequently explores aspects of mortality through anatomical forms in sculpture, painting and other mediums."
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