Welcome to the Catacombs!Yep, our first full day in Paris me, my friend (also called Hannah) and my boyfriend made our way to the Catacombs. After walking a long way, getting a bit lost and stopping near Notre Dame for lunch we finally found ourselves in the queue to see some dead people.I say some…
The catacombs contain the remains of around 6 million people. That’s a lot of bones!If you want to check out the Catacombs yourself or want to about their history check out the site:
I’ll be posting more..
I am just starting a new project in college. The theme is Space(s).
What is Space? It is not empty. The space around us is filled with air; gases which are invisible to us. I am looking at things which contain air and also how I can visually demonstrate this and solidify this invisible substance – creating, in a way, negative space.
As space/air is invisible to our eyes it is a difficult subject to collect visual research on. So far I am researching the artist Rachel Whiteread who casts the interior, or negative space, of buildings, bookshelves and other spaces.
How else can I show this invisible space? Do you know of any artists who I should look at for a starting point?