Art Critique

Even if the cactus and clouds are overlapping, it does not look strange because it looks like part of the cactus is catching the sun. This effect is shown using black and white photographs because it would look strange if she used colorful photographs in her works. In The Ruins (1998), she combines clouds with the debris from a church. These clouds look like smoke coming out of the debris. These clouds work well with the debris. My favorite works using this technique are The Rain (1997), Christ (2001), and The Wind (1997). In The Rain (1997), clouds are combined with grassland. In this picture, obscure clouds become the rain, but some of the bigger clouds stay as clouds; this contrast creates the raining grassland. In Christ (2001), a human being and clouds are combined using this technique. The human being's stomach and the clouds are from two separate pictures. Clouds became the bowels of the human in this work. However, it is obvious that the clouds make the bowels, so this work is successful in using this technique. Also, this work's main focus is a mask that is covering a human's face because this mask makes the man appear dead. In The Wind (1997), she describes the wind using clouds. The motion of the



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