Tuesday, October 27, 2015


Klick is a glazed ceramic sculpture that was made in 1965. It caught my attention because I really enjoyed the idea of the irony of having an eyeball be the camera lens. I felt it portrays a manful message that photographs are just physical copies of internal memories, and a picture doesn't tell the entire story whereas a memory does. This piece is in the George Adams gallery in NYC.

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