Marisa D. Aceves. Black and White V Composition. digital photo. 2015.
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Moving Black and White Abstract Art Photography That Resembles Architecture
One arrow faces north, the other south.
The sudden urge to yield to the hearts desires are first monitored, then fastidiously controlled.
A desperate twin and its polar opposite are brought together with a tight hinge.
There is no hint of neutrality or a reluctant peace treaty, only a trusty handle to ensure cooperation.
My mother bought two of these objects to help us clean and organize the house. One unusually dull afternoon, I turned to look at the hearth. The object was leaning clumsily to one side. At first, I thought that I was going to get a work break with this newly discovered find, a one shot photo. However, I had to take several shots before I was satisfied with the results. Finally, I chose this photo for the unveiling. Its design reminded me of many strained relationships (they may be work relationships or personal relationships) that occur because the people involved have opposing views on how things should be done. The top arrows represent one side the bottom arrows the other. The arrow designs on both the top and the bottom are both black and white in order to represent the concept that contained within extreme forms of thought, there are still ideas which contradict one another, therefore making the arguments of each side less valid. Neither side would give except that ultimately they are working towards the same goal. This cause, (represented by the hinge), binds them together; they are forced to work out their differences. This is achieved with the handle. In this design, it is placed strategically in the middle like a referee. The handle ( person or organization representing the handle) carries the two opposing sides, helping them to work out their differences until they have their next inevitable disagreement. Without this handle, their would be no achievement or progress.
What is your interpretation of this object? What does it remind you of?