Russeck gallery visit
Damien Hirst “The Silver Heart” 2005
The art piece is obvious because it is clearly distinguished from a solid black background. The heart has repetition because it repeats having needles placed continuously all over it. It is achromatic because it lacks hue and saturation. The heart has shadow from the bottom and highlight from the top. It is high key because the values are more lighter.
Both the silver heart and selfiemotion have values that are predominantly lighter. They both have shadow coming from the bottom and light forming at the top. They are both achromatic because they lack hue and saturation. The heart has the same angry mood as project 3. They only have grayscale.
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