What a soul looks like


Cyber-artist Fernando Velazquez wrote to say his Soul Collectors project was selected as one of 14 online projects for a digital art show at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Caracas, Venezuela. (see my post of 6/25/03 for more about Velazquez)

The artist says it’s not to late to send in your image and be part of his collection. In fact, he writes that even “if you already took part… you can do it once more!” Double redundancy in souls, wow. There’s a lot more souls on his site than when I looked several months ago. Like the “Snapshot” exhibit that parked itself at Arcadia a while back, Velazquez’s soul train has dogs and cats, movie stars, dead people, nudes and close-ups of tongues sticking out. It’s a vibrant slice of the human pie.