Edited and Exposed Human Figure’s by Artist Joseph Parra

by Jane KenoyerPosted on

Artist Joseph Parra obscures his subjects faces in ways that transform these life size human figures into abstracted forms surrounded by unrelenting steril white spaces. Parra’s mediums of choice are digital printing, printmaking, drawing, charcoal, and painting. Most of his digital prints are edited in an extreem way, some are cut, bent, or folded into three-dimensional forms while other areas of the photographs are left unmarked and unapologetically exposed, this pulls the viewer in while the abstraction and concealment of the faces creates a distance between the subject and the viewer.

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