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The Biography & Work of:
Wayne Martin Belger
Location: Tuscon, AZ
Web: boyofblue.com
Bio: Born February 11 1964 in Pasadena California to two very understanding middle class Catholic parents, I remember the days when mass was done in Latin. Magic language, magic practices, and magic altars with their own ritualistic traditions are intriguing at 5 years old. Not knowing Latin, I relied more on visuals to receive the communication. The priest was using beautiful sacred tools and potions that were subject-created to bring me into communion with the subject. As the Priest has made his tools of gold and silver and Blood and Body to be in direct relationship with the subject Jesus, I create my tools of Aluminum and Titanium and Blood and Body to be in direct relationship with the subjects they are created for.

The tools I create and work with are pinhole cameras. With pinhole photography, the same air that touches my subject can pass through the pinhole and touch the photo emulsion on the film. There?s no barrier between the two. There are no lenses changing and manipulating light. There are no chips converting light to binary code. With pinhole what you get is an unmanipulated true representation of a segment of light and time, a pure reflection of what is at that moment. With some exposure times getting close to 2 hours, it?s an unsegmented movie from a movie camera with only one frame.

The creation of a camera comes from my desire to relate to a subject. When I choose a subject I spend time studying it. Then I start visualizing how I would like a photo of the subject to look. When that?s figured out, I start on the camera stage of the project by collecting parts, artifacts and relics that relate to the subject. When I?ve gathered enough parts and feel for the subject, I start the construction of the camera. I create the cameras from Aluminum, Titanium, Copper, Brass, Bronze, Steel, Silver, Gold, Wood, Acrylic, Glass, Horn, Ivory, Bone, Human Bone, Human Skulls, Human Organs, Formaldehyde, HIV+ Blood and relics all designed to be the sacred bridge of a communion offering between myself and the subject. All to witness and be a tool of the horrors of creation and the beauty of decay presented by the author light and time.

  Currently available work:
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  Past work available at Rivet:

Yama   Bookmark and Share Rivet Exhibition

Yama

Artist:
Wayne Martin Belger

Medium:
Contact Rivet for full medium details

Size:
84.00in Wide x 96.00in High x24.00in Deep

Yama + Installation (including 3 silver gelatin prints in handmade metal frames)...

Inquire with artist for pricing / availability.

Device Volume 1   Bookmark and Share Rivet Exhibition

Device Volume 1

Artist:
Wayne Martin Belger , HR Giger

Medium:
softcover, 135 pages

Size:
8.50in Wide x 11.00in High

Device Volume 1, a retrospective on Device Gallery artists including: Wayne Martin Belger, HR Giger, and many more...

$19.99


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