1. inability to distinguish one or several chromatic colors, independent of the capacity for distinguishing light and shade.
2.complete inability to distinguish colors of the spectrum, with all objects appearing as shades of gray, black, and white, varying only as to lightness and darkness; achromatopsia.
3.showing or characterized by freedom from racial bias; not influenced by skin color.
Think about the idea that we are all so similar, yet different. We see things differently and therefore percieve things in our own way. How do we know that we are all seeing the same colour when we look up at the sky?... Does it even matter? What about our race? The idea of the colour of our skin or eyes being different colours from ours. Does it matter?
I played with these ideas for this series.
Under the Microscope
Faceless is an ongoing series I started in 2013. A collection of a various pictures, simple 2-3 image, magazine photo collages. Mixing and matching pictures with poses, complimentary and contrasting, to create beautiful, interesting and thought provoking art. I love using faces in my paintings. In contrast, I prefer removing or manipulating the faces I find in photos. Making the normal focal point be something entirely different.