Born and based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Luciano Podcaminsky studied media, film and copywriting prior to unveiling his series of thought-provoking sculptural works. Having worked at ad agencies and the film industry, Podcaminsky's work resonates references and idioms of popular culture.
His coffin-shaped tanning bed -- entitled 'Sundead' -- is a chilling reminder of the dangers that come with achieving a bronzed complexion. The juxtaposition between the two strangely similar-shaped objects is eye-catching and sublime. If the tanorexic didn't convince you tanning isn't healthy, perhaps this artistic interpretation will do the trick.
Luciano Podcaminsky's 'Private Dinner' installation consists of a dinner table separated by a glass wall and phone -- similar to prison visitor windows. The chilling visual can be interpreted in a number of ways, whether its to illustrate the lack of communication or how barriers are created in today's household families. Luciano Podcaminsky is an award-winning director with an ability to illustrate sublime stories through immersive art installations.
Tanning Bed Coffins
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