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Olga Feldman Renders People's Arms with a Highly Computerized Look

 - May 21, 2012
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Olga Feldman stuns viewers’ eyes once again with her latest series, titled ‘An Atomy.’ Rendering hands and arms in a digitized manner resembling something out of a Radiohead music video, this collection represents the future of surrealism and psychedelic imagery. Looking past the initial shock of the visuals, however, and you’ll see series that audiences can surprisingly empathize with wholeheartedly.

Viewers will notice that every pose Olga Feldman puts these monochromatic hands in is a nurturing gesture, whether the hands are cradling a fetus or wrapped around an empty space to represent a hug. Though these images look very technological, they retain a very human essence in the way the hands are trying to connect with people. Audiences are thus lulled into connecting with these visuals despite their alien aesthetic.