Some people are born artist. For example photographer Stephanie Lempert is one among them. Stephanie Lempert’s work concentrates on various systems of communication, both literal and invented. Lempert is very creative and uses a wide variety of media including sculpture, photography and video.
At first glance, the work appears to be regular photos, but, on close inspection, one can make out a texture of words and letters entwined, stacked and strung together to build the subject being depicted.
The main thing about her work is she works by focusing viewers on small moments; they discover that all is not as it appears at first glance. Her project is an ongoing investigation into the concept of transmission, interaction and a bustling city.
The artist Stephanie Lempert presented a series of photographs “The language of space.” Lempert often uses scenes taken on location from her home state of newyork city, where the sentences illustrated are the recorded conversations being spoken in that particular area during a certain amount of time.
She then uses those phrases on the image. One can make out what is written, depending on what is being allowed to be seen, as some of the script is enlarged and clear, and some smaller and difficult to decipher.