Thomas Jackson’s work is confusing but certainly also fascinating. On his photographs, beautiful landscapes are invaded by sculptural swarms of cheap and junky objects, from cheese balls to plastic bags. They are placed in nature, where they don’t belong, in a conversational way. They dialogue with the landscape, the weather, whoever passes by, and are as well ready to start conversing with you since, above all, the artist wants the viewer to interpret these mesmerizing photographs freely. Let’s go?
via Metal Mag