Burnt down by domenicododaro

Burnt down

Some of the installations at the Prada Foundation were simply irresistible to a photographer's eye. These pieces of furniture burnt down were one.
The visitor entering the frame from the far left is the icing on a (not so commestibile, though) cake!
Your visitor really does invite the imagination to create a story from this scene. Somewhat bizarre, and fascinating.
October 22nd, 2018  
Yes the figure creates the story - interesting installation - nicely photographed
October 23rd, 2018  
kind of depressing though. Must go and check in person!
October 23rd, 2018  
The slump of the figure's shoulders just tops of the work.
October 23rd, 2018  
The visitor's body-language is a great addition to an already intriguing image.
October 23rd, 2018  
@helenhall I think the artist found a very interesting technique: the furniture was completely wrapped in chicken wire before setting fire to it. The result are shapes devoid of function, ghosts of things, I found it fascinating indeed.
@hrs Thanks, Helen!
@caterina You have to, it's a great place. I didn't find it depressing, actually. Matter for thought, however.
@joysabin Thank you very much, Joy!
@golftragic Thank you, Marnie! Actually, without the visitor, the picture would be entirely credited to the artist!
October 23rd, 2018  
Great image that leaves room for your own imagination
October 23rd, 2018  
Very interesting
October 24th, 2018  
@domenicododaro I'm familiar with that line of argument Domenico, but at least in the case of an installation there is a counter-argument that a photographer has interpreted the context of that artwork in terms of pov and context.
October 24th, 2018  
@leonbuys83 thank you!
@bkbinthecity thanks, Brian!
@golftragic Agreed! šŸ˜Š
October 24th, 2018  
October 24th, 2018  
I wouldn't have been able to resist either. Italian Noir? Fav
October 24th, 2018  
@yrhenwr thank you very much: the artists are Austrian, if Iā€™m not mistaken.
October 25th, 2018  
That man looks like he's skulking -- easy for us to interpret as guilt?
October 30th, 2018  
@jyokota Good catch!
October 30th, 2018  
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