Perforated portrait paintings by Norwegian artist Anne-Karin Furunes. The perforation in the images resembles photographic pixels that can be seen as a physical mark that refers to time. Furunes is fascinated by the faces of people she portrays and she can spend hours just looking at passers-by while walking along the streets of big cities. A recognizable characteristic of her work is the way she crops the images. The eyes always interest her and in some pictures, she has chosen just to show the eyes in a narrow horizontal panel. Furunes also uses double portraits which as a method remind us of the way criminals are documented by police.
Anne-Karin Furunes' works are available at Galerie de Bellefeuille.