Surrealism at Work
Artist Meredith James '04 shares three videos and additional photos of her work.
The photographs above present additional images of work by artist Meredith James ’04, whose creations “show parallels between the world you imagine in your mind and the world we inhabit,” according to a Montage article in the November-December 2011 issue of Harvard Magazine. Distorting architectural space and playing with perceptions, James’s videos are inspired by the works of Surrealists such as Jean Cocteau, as well as by literary science-fiction novels. Watch three of her videos below: Day Shift, Door Sculpture, and Present Time.
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