Helen Pynor‘s latest works Liquid Ground are a series of underwater photographs that capture clothes gently billowing as entrials swirl from within. The work is simultaneously ethereal, seductive and disquieting.
I discovered Helen Pynor’s work via the fantastic blog Wurzeltod, curated by the extraordinary Suzanne D Gerber.Suzanee reviewed Pynor’s work in her blog. Below is an excerpt.
I first discovered Helen‘s work via her knitted human hair pieces and was immediately mesmerised by the sheer thought of working with such a filigree material.
Not only an artist, but mainly a philosopher and scientist by trade, Helen’s oeuvre has truly dissolved all genres to become a symbiotic amalgamation of art, biology, anatomy and symbolism. Very visible in her Red Sea Blue Water and of course the sumptuous Milk series.
I implore you to pour over Helen Pynor’s website – it’s wide range of surreal imagery will not disappoint.