These photographs were taken by the artist on a trip to a Japanese dairy farm. What started as a short stop by the stables turned into a lengthy encounter with a horse as the artist’s father started to feed and interact with the animal.
The resulting images reflect the artist’s fascination with the animal’s lack of inhibitions in front of his camera, in marked contrast to his usual portrait subjects.
Due to Chang's red-green colorblindness, the colors in these works are heightened to a point where the notion of subject and background have begun to flatten. The artist wanted to capture a true moment in the now; and by flattening space and time the audience is simply left with a sense of goofiness, fostered by the appearance and colors of the horse.
Liven up your space with these prints! All works are framed in black Italian wooden frames with glass and spacer.