“Shoot Portraits, Not Individuals” Is an Art Installation With Guns Designed From Cameras

“Art is in the eye of the beholder” couldn’t keep much more legitimate than in the circumstance of photographer Jason Siegel and his new artwork installation titled “Shoot Portraits, Not People”. Mixing hand-picked digicam equipment from about two hundred pounds of sourced merchandise to generate guns and weapons, Siegel and Denver-based metal sculptor Keith D’Angelo discover their outlet to convey the plan powering taking pictures portraits in its place of folks. The immersive installation draws inspiration from the plan of mixing resource and method to generate and connects the plan that guns and cameras are both equally provocative instruments. The installation debuts tonight in Aspen, Colorado at The BLK MKT gallery.

Check out the movie higher than to see the approach and head below to just take a peek at the parts on screen.

534 E. Cooper Ave.
Aspen, CO 81611

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