The Pia Männikkö's 'Déjà Vu' Series Turns into a Ghostl

By: Katie Pagnotta - Published: Nov 26, 2012 • References: piamannikko.wordpress & mymodernmet
Artist Pia Männikkö's latest artwork focuses on human time mapping. The piece titled 'Déjà Vu'is a series of recreations of human movement using human forms and pathways. The interactive and eerie work is meant to engage viewers and capture a sense of time and its correlation to movement.

The human silhouettes were made of tulle and ink and set-up sequentially to display the variations of action. Displaying the sections in a layered format makes the images appear ghostly or like distant shadows. Pia forces a blank space to come alive with her swaying creations and for her audience to recognize their own changes in movement as they walk through the piece.

'Déjà Vu' is a stunning installation recording human time mapping and provoking an inwardly analysis of motion. Stats for Human Time Mapping Art Trending: Older & Chilly
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