Rob Crossno

Rob submitted this great work to our Issue No. 12 call for entries, and we’re very excited to share it with you!

Rob Crossno was born April 5, 1995 in Memphis, Tennessee and was raised in Littleton, Colorado. He recently received a BFA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia. He finds pleasure in building sets to form narratives in each photograph created. Rob Crossno work focuses on fine art photography. He uses vibrant colors to evoke emotions such as serialism and subconscious memory.

 

MATERIAL LIMBO

These works are a visual representation of my subconscious, brought about through means of the physical reality around me. The subconscious, thoughts we don’t openly explore, and the lines between life and death are all topics to be explored, each in their own time. Each room represents a peek into a thought, with the clear points of an ineffable concept depicted as objects with meaning in our reality. In this whimsical limbo, these ideas for a surrealist reality where we can engage with what lurks beneath the surface of our everyday existence. It is here that I represent the meeting point of reality and psyche, to reorient the world and reality.

To view more of Rob’s work please visit his website.



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