Meural Exclusive: A.L. Crego's "Silence"
With Juán Genovés’s work in mind, A.L. Crego tried to do the opposite: “In his [Juán Genovés] pictures at first sight you see a crowd, but when you look it closer you realize that the people are just splatters and random little objects placed in the correct position. For my series I wanted to create something that at first seem to be particles (as we are working in a digital format) but if you look closer you can see that there are a lot of little people. I love also how Genovés plays with negative spaces so I found within the gaps the place to create the symbol of “silence” inside this digital crowd.”
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