Spheres of deviance by Dina Bova
“Spheres of deviance” series by Dina Bova asks questions about what is normal and what is deviance. Is normal good and deviant bad? Or perhaps normal is mediocrity and deviance is genius?
In each artwork of this series, the spheres serve as metaphors for different meanings, such as separation from the outside world and from each other, identity, alienation, spirituality etc…
The spheres on the heads of the couple are real. They’re made of plastic spherical streetlights, with a large hole for the head cutted inside these streetlights.
Dina Bova born in Moscow and went to Israel at the age of 13. She started from classic photography and then turned her camera “from the outside world to the inner world”. Today, Dina’s artworks remind paintings of Renaissance period and at the same time neo-surrealism.
Images courtesy of Dina Bova