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Room Portraits by Menno Aden
Through challenging camera angles Menno is able to flattern cluttered spaces into two dimensions. By fixing a camera to the ceiling of a room the chaotic spaces that we live in seem organised and neat when the reality is often drastically differant.
“For me as an artist, watching from a higher position on a small space is interesting because I can see someone’s compressed personality”





Artists: | Website | [via: Slate]
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Room Portraits by Menno Aden
Through challenging camera angles Menno is able to flattern cluttered spaces into two dimensions. By fixing a camera to the ceiling of a room the chaotic spaces that we live in seem organised and neat when the reality is often drastically differant.
“For me as an artist, watching from a higher position on a small space is interesting because I can see someone’s compressed personality”





Artists: | Website | [via: Slate]
Zoom Info
Room Portraits by Menno Aden
Through challenging camera angles Menno is able to flattern cluttered spaces into two dimensions. By fixing a camera to the ceiling of a room the chaotic spaces that we live in seem organised and neat when the reality is often drastically differant.
“For me as an artist, watching from a higher position on a small space is interesting because I can see someone’s compressed personality”





Artists: | Website | [via: Slate]
Zoom Info
Room Portraits by Menno Aden
Through challenging camera angles Menno is able to flattern cluttered spaces into two dimensions. By fixing a camera to the ceiling of a room the chaotic spaces that we live in seem organised and neat when the reality is often drastically differant.
“For me as an artist, watching from a higher position on a small space is interesting because I can see someone’s compressed personality”





Artists: | Website | [via: Slate]
Zoom Info

Room Portraits by Menno Aden

Through challenging camera angles Menno is able to flattern cluttered spaces into two dimensions. By fixing a camera to the ceiling of a room the chaotic spaces that we live in seem organised and neat when the reality is often drastically differant.

“For me as an artist, watching from a higher position on a small space is interesting because I can see someone’s compressed personality”

Artists: | Website | [via: Slate]

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