Wayne Martin Belger builds cameras. But not just any cameras. Belger builds pinhole cameras using such media as gold, silver, aluminum, acrylic, and brass among others. He also employs formaldehyde, HIV-infected blood, human bones, organs and skulls and a host of other unconventional items. A brief description of the 3 cameras presented here in Belger's own words:
1. Third Eye Camera designed to study the beauty of decay. Camera was made from Aluminium, Titanium, Brass, Silver, Gem Stones and a 150 year old skull of a 13 year old girl.
2. Untouchable (HIV Camera). Designed to study and photograph a geographic comparison of people suffering from HIV.
3. Dragon Fly was designed to study and photograph time segments of children. 4â€x5â€ camera made as an altar for a 9 year old girl that passed away. Made from Aluminium, Steel, Acrylic, Insects, and other relics.
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Belger Uses Bones, Organs & HIV + Blood
- By: lourdes sanchez bayasApr 9, 2008