Wayne Martin Belger has created one of the most unique bodies of work I have seen. The way he mixes the art of sculpture, fabrication and pinhole photography is quite mind boggling to say the least. Some might be shocked or even horrified be some of his work, you have been warned.
Make sure and check out his website to see some of the amazing photographs produced by these cameras. http://www.boyofblue.com/index.html
Untouchable (HIV Camera)
Designed to study and photograph a geographic comparison of people suffering from HIV.
Designed to take photos of soon-to-be mothers who are at least 8 months pregnant, and explore my relationship with his twin brother who died at birth.
Designed to study and photograph time segments of children.
Designed to study distance.
Sons of Abraham (9/11)
Designed to study the Passions of Abraham by capturing images of Imams, Priests, and Rabbis holding a Koran, Torah or Bible, in front of a Church, Mosque or Synagogue.
Designed to study the beauty of decay.
Yama (Tibetan Skull Camera)
Designed for the study of exodus and for the research of modern incarnations of historical iconic figures.
Designed to study the core ritual of the hunt and man’s arrogant separation from Nature.
Designed to study beautiful altars created at points of tragedy.
What are your thoughts on Wayne Martin Belger’s work?