An Ironic Visualization of Anxiety

by on August 5, 2015
 

    San Antonio based photographer John William Keedy‘s latest series “It’s Hardly Noticeable” is actually incredibly in your face.

    Each of the anxiety-ridden photographs of the exhibit is displayed at a whopping three by six feet. And each features a hyperbolic visualization of the artist’s conception of anxiety.

   It’s an exaggeration of the anxiety Keedy tried to hide from the world for many years, and which he’s now sharing with us through elaborate visuals that convey the frustration, isolation, and turmoil of coping with mental illness.

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“It’s Hardly Noticeable XIII” by John William Keedy

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“It’s Hardly Noticeable III” by John William Keedy