Teen Seen @ Deep Surface Exhibition

By CAM Raleigh | October 28, 2011

Jeffery Keedy
Ornamental Morphologies

This piece is a wall installation in its own room that is full of color and imagination. Every color has its own sense of originality that truly brings out how many different ways people can see the world.

Prince Arrington V, Grade 12
CAM Raleigh Teen Council
 

Teen Seen blog posts are written by CAM Raleigh’s very own Teen Council.
For more information on Teen Council visit the high school section of camraleigh.org.

Teen Seen @ Deep Surface Exhibition

By CAM Raleigh | October 21, 2011

Paul Noble
Maharam Digital Projects:
Ye Olde Ruin (One)

An eye-boggling work criticizing man's destructive nature within specific societies. Plays on: pattern and typography

I really love Paul Noble's unique use of structures and building-like shapes that resemble letters (and I can sit here forever trying to figure out what they spell out if something?)

The different parts of the piece—a light resembling an eye, for example—allude to the idea of a ruined or even an older dystopian society.

I totally wish this was my wall paper.

Erin Havens, Grade 12
CAM Raleigh Teen Council

Teen Seen blog posts are written by CAM Raleigh’s very own Teen Council.
For more information on Teen Council visit the high school section of camraleigh.org.